Tove Lo – Sunshine Kitty - 2019 - Indie Synth Pop - White Vinyl - Sealed LP

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Tove Lo – Sunshine Kitty
Label: Island Records – B0031006-01
Vinyl, LP, Album, Limited Edition, White
Gatefold jacket. Indie Exclusive.
Barcode (Sticker on shrink wrap): 602508205187
Country: US
Released: Nov 22, 2019
Genre: Pop
Style: Indie Pop
A1 Tove Lo – Gritty Pretty (Intro)
A2 Tove Lo – Glad He's Gone
A3 Tove Lo Feat. Alma – Bad As The Boys
A4 Tove Lo – Sweettalk My Heart
A5 Tove Lo – Stay Over
A6 Tove Lo Feat. Mc Zaac – Are U Gonna Tell Her?
A7 Tove Lo & Jax Jones – Jacques
B1 Tove Lo – Mateo
Written-By – Max Martin
B2 Tove Lo – Come Undone
B3 Tove Lo Feat. Doja Cat – Equally Lost
B4 Tove Lo Feat. Kylie Minogue – Really Don't Like U
B5 Tove Lo – Shifted
B6 Tove Lo – Mistaken
B7 Tove Lo – Anywhere U Go
(NME) "‘Sunshine Kitty’, Tove Lo’s fourth album, follows the suit of its predecessors. It’s another record rooted in the sparkling electro-pop that Lo has become renowned for; the album boast a host of intelligently written and slickly produced songs. The scintillating ‘Really Don’t Like U’, a collaboration with Kylie Minogue, is a reminder that Lo is an expert at crafting glittering tunes filled with fizzing hooks. ‘Glad He’s Gone’, meanwhile, where Lo comforts her pal after they’ve split with a fuck boy, is filled with sun-drenched tropical beats and electronic falsetto vocals.
Midway through, we come to Jax Jones collaboration ‘Jacques’, a slick, house banger that really dazzles, standing out among the shimmering electropop tunes that make up the rest of the record. It breathes a new life into Lo’s already exciting music, with the throbbing bassline and smoky reverb on the vocals, and evokes the excitement ‘Habits (Stay High)’ created when it first dropped.
Tove Lo’s fourth album sees the star largely stick the formula that made her successful in the first place, but that’s no bad thing: it features some of her best work in years as she boldly embraces new sounds and unusual collaborators. Exhilarating and fearless, Tove Lo has ensured she’s stayed relevant with a bold, brash and at often quite brilliant record."
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