Tove Lo releases the official video for her latest single, “Disco Tits.”
Directed by long-time collaborator Tim Erem (credits: Tove Lo’s “Fairy Dust;” “Moments”; Nick Jonas’ “Close” featuring Tove Lo; Rihanna’s “Work” featuring Drake; Major Lazer’s “Lean On” and more) and shot on location in the California desert, the video is a welcomed tongue-in-cheek take on a day-in-the-life-of the notorious provocateur and international superstar Tove Lo.
“Disco Tits” (out now) sees Tove Lo reuniting with The Struts, her long-time collaborators and the same production team behind “Cool Girl,” “Habits (Stay high)” and “Talking Body” and serves as the first taste of new music from BLUE LIPS [lady wood phase II] due later this year via Island Records. According toTove Lo, "Disco Tits is about losing yourself with your new found love. Naive, excited, no consequences. The happiness in the haze I'm feelin right now."
Tove Lo is currently wrapping up her 2017 North American tour dates, which includes headline shows (with support by Atlanta rapper Daye Jack), appearances at Music Midtown festival both weekends of Austin City Limits, and dates supporting Coldplay in the U.S and Canada. Stateside, Tove Lo has been touring virtually non-stop since the release of her LADY WOOD album last fall, including well-received festival appearances at Coachella, Governor’s Ball, Bonnaroo, Lollapalooza, Osheaga, and Outside Lands. For a list of upcoming tour dates and more information, please visit www.tove-lo.com
The release of “Disco Tits” follows up the recent world premiere of Fire Fade, the brand new 21-minute film starring Tove Lo, which incorporates five songs from her Top 10 album LADY WOOD: “Don’t Talk About It,” “Imaginary Friend,” “Keep It Simple,” “Flashes,” and “WTF Love Is.” Watch Fire FadeHERE.
Fire Fade is the epic follow up to Tove Lo’s critically acclaimed and controversial short film Fairy Dust, the raw and bold 31-minute film in which Tove Lo made her acting debut alongside “alter ego” co-star Lina Esco (Kingdom, Flaked). Fairy Dust hailed by V magazine as “a raw, beautiful, and proudly provocative exploration of sexual desire, obsession, denial, and pain,” also incorporated five songs from LADY WOOD: “True Disaster,” “Influence,” “Lady Wood,” “Cool Girl,” and “Vibes.”
Tove Lo’s landmark debut RIAA platinum album Queen Of The Clouds and critically acclaimed follow up album LADY WOOD have sold over 3 million global adjusted albums. Her Queen of the Clouds album included “Habits (Stay High),” the career-defining 5x-platinum global #1 hit that introduced her to U.S. audiences, and the triple-platinum follow-up, “Talking Body” (#3 on Billboard Pop Airplay, #12 on the Hot 100). Tove Lo has surpassed 2 billion global streams and also has been the featured artist on tracks by Nick Jonas (“Close”), Coldplay (“Fun”), Years & Years (“Desire”), Broods (“Freak Of Nature”), Adam Lambert (“Rumors”), Flume (“Say It”), and Alesso (“Heroes”).