Listen: Listen to Charli XCX’s remix of Wolf Alice’s ‘Don’t Delete The Kisses’

Listen to Charli XCX’s remix of Wolf Alice’s ‘Don’t Delete The Kisses’

The singer previously covered the track for Aussie radio station triple J.

Last month, everyone’s favourite pop legend Charli XCX covered Wolf Alice’s ‘Don’t Delete The Kisses’ for Aussie radio station triple J.

Charli’s now given the track a remix, shared just now on Beats 1. The new edit was created with Post Precious, and Wolf Alice’s Ellie Rowsell chatted about the new cut with Beats presenter Matt Wilkinson.

“I just love her balls out pop music,” Ellie says of Charli. ”She’s a great performer and there’s always this kind of excitement and thrill surrounding her. She puts fun into everything she does.

“She’s wrote some massive bangers and I like that she’s putting out like mixtapes and stuff and not always playing by the guidebook.”

Speaking of the original track, Ellie says: “I am proud of it. I really like it myself. I feel like it’s a real snapshot in time to me personally so when you manage to get that in a song no matter how much it’s kind of precious to you.” 

Charli XCX released new mixtape ‘Pop 2’ at the end of last year. Listen to the new ‘Don’t Delete The Kisses’ remix below.

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