Ebba Tove Elsa Nilsson (born 29 October 1987), known professionally as Tove Lo, is a Swedish singer and songwriter, who has been called “Sweden’s darkest pop export” by Rolling Stone. She is known for her raw, grunge-influenced take on pop music. Her honest, complex, and autobiographical lyrical content has led to her being dubbed “the saddest girl in Sweden.” In addition to her solo work, Lo has co-written songs for other artists, including Lorde’s “Homemade Dynamite” (2017) and Ellie Goulding’s “Love Me as You Do” (2015), a song that garnered her Grammy Award and Golden Globe nominations. She has collaborated with many artists, including Alesso, Flume, Nick Jonas, Seven Lions, Broods, Urban Cone, Ava Max, Kylie Minogue, and Coldplay. Here are all of Tove Lo albums ranked.
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4. Sunshine Kitty, 2019
“There’s something about Tove Lo that makes me like her. She’s rough around the edges but there’s a real passion in her voice and even through the beats and synths, her humanity shines through and the songs in this new album exhibit tangible feelings. The production can be chaotic but it’s interesting-chaotic, with a lot of features that don’t quite gel into a cohesive whole but the songs have plenty of earcandy choruses and heartstopping moments litter the album like landmines. Some of my favorite tracks here are “Glad He’s Gone” and “Really Don’t Like U”.
3. Blue Lips, 2017
“Blue Lips” serves as a direct continuation of its predecessor “Lady Wood”, but while the concept itself seems a little loose, the mere fact of sequencing the songs by a minimal standard of humor, improves the “pop album” experience in terms of consistency, in addition to benefiting from staying true to your own ambitions and limits.”
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2. Queen Of The Clouds, 2014
“Mixed feelings about this one. Her overtly sexual lyrics can be too shallow but there’s no denying that the music is at its punchiest in these songs (the first 4). When she gets too deep, it loses a bit of steam. That said, “Habits” is one of the best songs of 2014 and the production overall is tops. Time will tell if this will still sound as fresh years from now but as of December 2014, _Queen of the Clouds_ is hard to resist.”
1. Lady Wood, 2016
“Lady Wood is quite a step up from Tove Lo’s already solid debut album, Queen of the Clouds. With the latter album, Tove Lo presented a loosely conceptual piece of pop mastership that brought tinges of darkness to an otherwise conventional pop sound. On this, her sophomore effort, she keeps pop at the center of her work but this time she amps up the dark atmosphere and constructs a more cohesive narrative concept about the highs and lows of hard drugs and toxic love. Lyrically, Lady Wood doesn’t stray too far from the style set up on her debut album, but in the case of this album the key is the production. While the structure and composition of these songs are done in an undeniably pop fashion, the album’s production is potent with dark, techno and house inspired aspects both unique in comparison to her previous work as well as to what is dominating on pop radio right now. Overall, Lady Wood is a solid pop album that relies more on being interesting and engaging than predictable and”