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Charli XCX

Charli XCX "Boom Clap" (Sing J. Lee, dir.)

The movie clip job is one of those music video tropes that I thought would never survive the Internet age — especially since the unbundled album has made the compilation soundtrack somewhat irrelevant. Yet, here it is.

So, while there's a whole lotta The Fault In Our Stars footage scattered throughout "Boom Clap," at least the Charli XCX footage was shot in a location (Amsterdam) related to the movie footage, and it has CXCX, who rode shotgun on the supernovas "Fancy" and "I Love It" and is now more than ready for a hit in her own name.