Swedish artist Tove Lo has announced her fifth studio album, Dirt Femme, is set for release on October 14.
The follow-up to 2019’s Sunshine Kitty, the 12-track record will feature contributions from First Aid Kit, SG Lewis, and Channel Tres. Ahead of the album, Tove Lo has shared the single “True Romance,” which was co-written by Timfromthehouse (Tim Nelson). The track was inspired by the 1993 Tony Scott/Quentin Tarantino film of the same name, and comes with a new music video that sees the pop star walking through a dark space under a spotlight.
Lo has stated the upcoming album was written “about me and my relationship with my femininity. When I started out as a writer and an artist, I used to view my feminine traits as weaker and would enhance my masculine traits to get ahead in life. I feel a big energy shift in my environment since then and this album reflects the various ways my feminine side has both helped and hurt me."
Lo continued: "I’m a pansexual woman married to a straight man. I believe masculine and feminine lives on a spectrum in all humans. There are so many more interesting nuances than most people want to accept. Songs on this album will contradict each other, will probably upset some of you, will make you want to dance, cry, f---, and drive your car really, really, fast. It’s extremely personal as always which is why it’s so hard to describe in just a few words. It’s all my feelings, thoughts and questions put together in under 50 minutes with no answers."
Dirt Femme will contain the recent singles “How Long” and “No One Dies from Love,” as well as “True Romance.” You can pre-order Dirt Femme here.
Watch True Romance below.
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