Guendoline Rome Viray Gomez, better known by his stage name No Rome, is a London-based Filipino musician who broke onto the music scene back in 2018 when he signed to Dirty Hit, the label founded by The 1975 manager, Jamie Oborne. Soon after his signing, No Rome released his first studio project, RIP Indo Hisashi – EP, which featured The 1975-assisted track “Narcissist”.
Today, No Rome took to Twitter to share news of an upcoming collaboration, once again featuring The 1975, as well as another massive name in music right now.
The London artists wrote, “me, (the creator of music) Charli XCX & The 1975 have a song together. Got the masters done and waiting on video edit cuts. Coming out sooner than u think ok that’s all for now I love u”.
No Rome shared high praise for Charli XCX, referring to her as “the creator of music”, and Charli herself replied to the tweet announcing the collaboration simply stating, “sounding good boys.”
The announcement from No Rome comes just about a month after The 1975 front-man Matty Healy shared that the band had been working on new music with Charli XCX, as well as labelmate Beabadoobee.
Both The 1975 and No Rome were fairly active in 2020. The Grammy nominated band released their fourth studio album, Notes on a Conditional Form, in May of last year. No Rome on the other hand, released two singles in 2020 – “1:45AM” which featured Brockhampton’s bearface, and “Hurry Home” featuring Beabadoobee and Jay Som.
No further details on the upcoming collaboration between No Rome, The 1975, and Charli XCX have been announced, but based on their recent work, something uniquely great can be expected. Until the track’s release, listen last song featuring No Rome and The 1975, “Narcissist” below.