Charli XCX debuts new song ‘Too Many Omens’ in New York – watch

Pop star performed live on Valentine's Day

Charli XCX has debuted new song ‘Too Many Omens’ live in New York.

Footage of the gig, which took place at MoMa PS1’s Sunday Sessions on Valentine’s Day, show XCX playing the brand new song for the first time. The track is understood to be a feature on a forthcoming song by Andrew Wyatt of Miike Snow.

She was performing as part of a special Valium Valentine presentation. Andrew WK also played live on the night.

Earlier this year Charli XCX said that her next album “could change the sound of pop music,” She is said to be close to finishing her new album and was expecting to have completed it by the end of January.

The singer tweeted a picture of herself last month and told fans that she was hard at work on the follow up to 2014’s ‘Sucker’. “Im going to finish recording my new album next week,” she wrote.

Speaking last year, XCX described the album as being “the most pop thing, and the most electronic thing I’ve done.” She later revealed new track titled ‘Vroom Vroom’, a collaboration with UK producer SOPHIE and gave the track its first play during her spot as a guest presenter on Beats1 Radio on October 20.

She also pulled out of a headline US tour in September, claiming she was unhappy on the road and unable to be creative.