12 Songs, 42 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Tove Stryke’s second album further cements her reputation as one of the most promising new pop stars to emerge out of Sweden. Like Lykke Li before her, Tove Stryke creates music both intelligent and adventurous. Crafting huge pop hooks and catchy refrains with casual nonchalance, there's still a sense of striving—and she delivers more than just throwaway chart music. Single "Ego" has a true earworm of a chorus, while the deadpan vocal delivery and nuanced production create an appealing air of detached cool. Tove Stryke has struck upon a sound that is addictive, clever and accessible.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Tove Stryke’s second album further cements her reputation as one of the most promising new pop stars to emerge out of Sweden. Like Lykke Li before her, Tove Stryke creates music both intelligent and adventurous. Crafting huge pop hooks and catchy refrains with casual nonchalance, there's still a sense of striving—and she delivers more than just throwaway chart music. Single "Ego" has a true earworm of a chorus, while the deadpan vocal delivery and nuanced production create an appealing air of detached cool. Tove Stryke has struck upon a sound that is addictive, clever and accessible.

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