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Troye Sivan Collaborator Allie X Just Teased Tomorrow's Biggest Pop Hit

Allie X

Call 1-800-CLX2-M0B to hear an exclusive snippet. 

Over the weekend, Canadian pop star Allie X posted to Instagram a mysterious date, February 23, which hinted at the arrival of new music coming this week. Today, the "Catch" singer added clarity to the ambiguity, announcing a 1-800 phone number you can call to hear an exclusive snippet of her new single--and it's major.

Called the CLXII Hotline, 1-800-CLX2-M0B immediately plays Allie X's glistening sophomore material, complete with plenty of whistling a la Hilary Duff's "Sparks" and bright, summery synths. "Come on watch my heart turn to pulp," reads her Instagram post, hinting at lyrics that contrast the song's optimistic sound.

#CLXII HOTLINE: 1-800-CLX2-M0B

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Allie X, who co-wrote seven tracks on Troye Sivan's Blue Neighbourhood, including "Youth" and "Talk Me Down," has been working on the follow-up to her 2015 debut album, CollXtion I. To create her new material, the LA-based artist temporarily released demos online for her fans to hear and provide input on before eventually transforming those tracks into fully produced pop songs.

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Since the release of CollXtion I, which featured criminally underrated singles like "Prime" and "Bitch," Allie X has shared "Old Habits Die Hard," and a music video for "All the Rage" with RuPaul's Drag Race winner Violet Chachki. As we wait for Allie X's new music this week, watch her star alongside Chachki, below.

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