"Boom Clap" singer Charlie XCX has announced that her upcoming album "Sucker" will arrive a few months later than planned.
"Sucker" had been set for an early October release and has now been pushed back to December 16 in the US and January 26 in the US and Europe.
The British singer announced the news via Facebook:
"'Boom Clap' is still getting so much love all over the world, which is crazy, and it just makes sense, so I have proper time to focus on the album launch," she explained.
"Boom Clap" was made lead single for the soundtrack of teen romance movie "The Fault in Our Stars," which help the British singer-songwriter make a breakthrough across the pond.
The star is currently touring the US and will be supporting Katy Perry on her European arena tour in February.
"Sucker" can be pre-ordered at smarturl.it/sucker, which will get you an instant download of "Boom Clap"; fans in the US and Canada will also get latest single "Break the Rules," which is out elsewhere on October 12.