Charli XCX on critics of her live show: ‘I literally want to smash their faces into a wall’

Singer is currently on co-headline US tour with Bleachers

Charli XCX has responded to unnamed critics of her live show, saying that claims her stage show lack high production values are unfair.

The singer is currently on tour in America alongside Bleachers and sent a series of messages on Twitter last night (August 12) in which she defended her live show and said that criticism of her gigs makes her want to smash critics faces into a wall.

“Whenever reviewers criticize my show for having ‘minimal production”‘ I literally want to smash their face into a wall,” the singer tweeted. “Like, honestly are you watching a different show or can you not see the 16 neon outlined amplifiers, the giant inflatable heart & the staircase?”

She later took issue with another criticism and wrote: “If you’re gonna slam me for playing an inflatable guitar honestly you can go fuck yourself.”

See the tweets below:

Charli XCX follows her US tour dates with festival dates at Reading And Leeds Festival at the end of the month and Bestival in September.

She is also working on her third album, something she recently described as being “the most pop thing, and the most electronic thing I’ve done.”

The singer, who released her second studio album ‘Sucker’ in December 2014, recently teamed up with emerging UK producer SOPHIE, an affiliate of the PC Music label.