Tove Lo + Alma
Time Out says
The songs of Swedish pop star Tove Lo has frequently been portrayed as a darker and more explicit take on the buoyant output of fellow Swedes Robyn and Lykke Li, but that comparison seems less and less apt. On Sunshine Kitty, Tove Lo leaves behind the brooding synths of her breakout single "Habits (Stay High)" and embraces pulsating, club-ready beats throughout a collection of tracks that address jealousy, empowerment and the singer's romantic struggles as an openly bisexual woman. Finnish singer-songwriter Alma, who has written tracks for Miley Cyrus and appears on Tove Lo's song "Bad as the Boys," opens the show.