Tonight (Blondie song)

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Promotional single by
from the album Pollinator
ReleasedApril 29, 2017
Producer(s) John Congleton

"Tonight" is a song by the American rock band Blondie featuring Laurie Anderson, written by Charli XCX and Andrew Armstrong, produced by John Congleton and mixed by Chris Sheldon.

It was released as a special 1000 copies limited edition one-sided 7" promotional single, [2] sold exclusively at Blondie's pop up shop at the Camden Market. [3] It has also appeared as a hidden track after "Fragments" on the CD edition of the Pollinator album.

Track listing

7-inch single
1."Tonight"Charlotte Aitchison, Andrew Armstrong5:26

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