Tove Lo is one of the most genuine and raw singers to dominate pop music in a long time, beginning with her 2014 debut album Queen of the Clouds. She soon followed up with last October's Lady Wood, which dove even further into the darkest and heartbreaking depths of her mind. She was inspired by sexism in the industry and patriarchal ideologies that further sparked an important conversation both in music and everyday life. Her self-assurance and willingness to confidently speak up on taboo topics made Tove Lo one of the more exciting acts for this year's Governors Ball.
We caught up with the Swedish singer ahead of her Honda stage performance on the festival's opening day, where she told us about mental health, what we can expect from her next album, normalizing the conversation about vaginas and more.