CXLOE Unveils New Song ‘I Can’t Have Nice Things’ Ahead Of Maroon 5 Tour: Exclusive

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Australian rising dark-pop artist CXLOE's new single "I Can't Have Nice Things," premiering solely on Billboard at the moment (Feb. 14), is a mantra that she says she's discovered herself dwelling by. 

On the observe, an grownup CXLOE has a dialog along with her interior little one about sabotaging issues in her life, with the title phrase embodying each literal and metaphorical qualities that relate to her life at the moment.

"When I used to be youthful, I used to be by no means given treasured or breakable objects as I might at all times find yourself dropping or damaging them," CXLOE tells Billboard. "This has transferred into all parts of my grownup life. Relationships, household, mates, profession. I at all times appear to discover a method to sabotage issues in my life that normally imply probably the most to me. Through this, I rapidly realized the very invaluable classes that I merely cant have good issues." 

The new single, produced by J Kash (Maroon 5, Charlie Puth, One Republic, Selena Gomez), comes forward of Maroon 5's Red Pill Blues world tour, the place CXLOE is about to carry out as a particular visitor on the Australian leg.

CXLOE's "ICHNT" is a observe as much as a earlier tune she co-wrote with Maroon 5's Sam Farrar, "Show You." That tune explores the notion of being susceptible sufficient to let your guard down and permitting somebody into your world.

"'Show You' feeds off unpredictable and erratic selections, and 'ICHNT' proves that my character kind doesn’t have the posh to stay this fashion," CXLOE says. "This tune isn’t a lot based mostly round a fleeting second of emotion, however extra so an on a regular basis actuality."

Take a take heed to "I Can't Have Nice Things" beneath, and take a look at the Maroon 5 dates that willl function CXLOE as help after the bounce.

February 19, 2019 – Brisbane – Entertainment Centre

February 21, 2019 – Sydney – Qudos Band Arena

February 22, 2019 – Melbourne – Rod Laver Arena