Swedish electropop queen Tove Lo, the name behind the most popular songs such as Talking Body, Habits (Stay High) and Cool Girl, is coming to Zorlu PSM as part of the PSM Jazz Festival on July 5th!
Grammy nominee Swedish pop star Tove Lo, who has taken home many awards wrote her name in the starts with her multi-platinum hit “Habits (Stay High)” released in 2013. She started writing poems and short stories when she was just a little girl and had written her first song at the age of 11. Admiring the relationship of Courtney Love and Kurt Cobain while growing up, Lo was inspired by artists such as Robyn, Lykke Li, Jeff Buckley and Charlotte Gainsbourg. She attended Rytmus Musikgymnasium, one of Sweden's renowned schools where she crossed paths with a group called Tremblee. Having decided to focus on her solo career in 2009, the pop queen released her first single, "Love Ballad" in 2012. The song "Habits (Stay High)" that came in 2013 created such a buzz that the artist joined Universal. Tove Lo, whose success was unbridled, released her debut album “Queen of the Clouds” in September 2014. After her sensational album ranked third in the Billboard Hot 100 list, the artist went on her first headliner tour. Lo, who co-wrote the hit song "Love Me Like You Do" by Ellie Goulding together with Max Martin and contributed to Coldplay's "A Head Full of Stars" with her vocals, entered 2020 with two singles in which one of them she worked with Sean Paul. Tove Lo is coming to PSM Jazz Festival on July 5th for a concert with high energy!
electropop | synthpop