Since she launched into her “Filth Femme” period. Swedish pop sensation Tove Lo has grow to be much less queen of the clouds and extra akin to the queen of the bops. Even exterior of the “Filth Femme” launch, she has continued to serve pop followers properly. As an example, in February, Tove revealed the observe “Borderline.” The tune was written as a sequel to her “Filth Femme” period opener banger, “No One Dies From Love.” Though as she prepares to embark on the North American, European/UK. In addition to the New Zealand and Australian legs of the “Filth Femme” tour. Nobody knew Tove had one other bop stashed away, that she would spring as a shock summertime launch.
Her intention is abundantly clear with “i like u,” she is searching for to warmth up dance flooring and competition crowds in every single place, not simply on the gazillion reveals she has booked to carry out at all through the rest of 2023. Why else would Tove drop such a large dance observe?
Talking concerning the tune “i like u” Tove mentioned…
“It’s not the same old pop construction, nevertheless it’s excellent for this tune, I feel. Lyrically I’m telling the story of my ideas the primary time I noticed the love of my life. They’re not clear, however no less than I by no means mentioned any of them out loud.”
Additionally, I hasten so as to add, do you assume it’s purely a coincidence that Tove is releasing this tune firstly of Delight month? For sure, this has shaped a part of the plan round this observe launch. If we’d like additional clarification that it was all the time Tove’s intention to unleash “i like u” in celebration of Delight it’s as a result of…
Tove will donate a portion of her streaming proceeds from ‘I like u’ to The Trevor Venture, the main suicide prevention org for LGBTQ younger individuals. For extra data please go to www.thetrevorproject.org.
… additionally as a result of she has been an advocate for LGBTQ+ rights for years. That is her means of displaying help throughout a month devoted to celebrating and selling acceptance and equality.