Charli XCX may damn well be the most tireless artist in music. The pop trailblazer has just announced a brand new Netflix show, I’m With the Band: Nasty Cherry.

The show is set to drop on November 15th, it follows the genesis of alt-pop band Nasty Cherry, who Charli formed and signed to her label Vroom Vroom.

“This six-episode series documents their origin story – from moving in together and their first practice to their first performance and debut single release and everything in between. An intimate look into what it takes to make your dreams come true, I’m With the Band: Nasty Cherry follows the women as they navigate a new age of music, making up their own rules as they go and blowing up Instagram feeds in the process.”

In an interview with Rolling Stone, Charli revealed, “My vision is that they become the biggest band in the world, a band I would have wanted to listen to and have been inspired by when I was 15.”

Check out the trailer below.

Watch: I’m With the Band: Nasty Cherry – Trailer

Charli XCX dropped her latest album, Charli, last month.

Earlier this year, The 1975 frontman Matty Healy revealed that a collaboration between the two artists is coming our way. In a series of tweets praising XCX, Healy revealed that the pair have cooked up something together. There’s no word as to when we can expect that pop morsel to drop, but we’re itching with anticipation.

XCX has previously sung praises of The 1975, In an Instagram Q&A she shared“I like DEEPLY love the 1975… I really wanted them to be a part of the new album.

“I went to visit them whilst they were in LA working on part of their record. We spoke about songs and pop music and it was gonna happen for a minute but then it didn’t (schedules / touring – reasons like that, nothing bad). I would love to make music with them. Matty has great pop sensibility. He’s very smart.”