Poppy.Computer was written in Los Angeles during 2016 by Poppy and Titanic Sinclair, with help from songwriter Simon Wilcox and Chris Greatti of Blame Candy. Near the end of the year, Poppy and Titanic went to Japan to work with producers on the record, then went back in the spring of 2017 to finish it.
On May 6, 2017, Poppy confirmed on Twitter that her debut album was finished. On the same tweet Poppy also confirmed that there would be a tour to promote the album and that she knows when the album will be released. When asked by a fan if she could release the album herself she stated, "There's too much fun to be had from now to then." After being interviewed for an article with the Wired, the website accidentally leaked the release date of Poppy's album as October 6, 2017, which is also the anniversary of Poppy's YouTube channel creation.
On September 8, 2017, Poppy officially announced her upcoming album in the video "Poppy.Computer".
A remix EP was released on iTunes on March 16, 2018.
Poppy.Remixes is a remix extended play (EP) by Poppy, released digitally on March 16, 2018 by Mad Decent. EP contains a remix of "Interweb" and four remixes of "Moshi Moshi", songs originally from Poppy.Computer.
^Neil Z. Yeung. "Poppy". AllMusic. Retrieved December 14, 2018. the self-referential electro-pop of 2017's Poppy.Computer and the forays into nu-metal and dance-pop on the following year's Am I a Girl? further blurred the project's boundaries