Tove Lo Announces New Album “Dirt Femme” & Drops New Single “True Romance”

Tove Lo. Photo by Ibl/Shutterstock (9360685aa)
Tove Lo. Photo by Ibl/Shutterstock (9360685aa)

It’s been three years since Tove Lo dropped her last studio album, and she’s finally ready for a comeback. The Swedish indie-pop sensation announced the release date of her upcoming LP Dirt Femme and gave us a taste of things to come with the new single “True Romance”.

Lo’s latest single draws inspiration from the film of the same name, and it’s the song about “destructive love at its best and worst”. It serves as the third single on her upcoming album Dirt Femme, and it was preceded by songs “How Long” and “No One Dies From Love”.

What separates Dirt Femme from Lo’s previous album is the fact it will be released through her own label Pretty Swede Records, after she decided to part ways with Island Records earlier this year.

“It’s my fifth album, and I built this platform and have these very dedicated human beings who are with me. I wanted to do things in a different way, and I felt like the only way I’m going to be able to do exactly what I want is if I just do it on my own,” the singer told NME.

Dirt Femme will hit the shelves on October 14, and it’s set to feature a total of 12 tracks, including collaborations with Channel Tres, First Aid Kit, and SG Lewis.