Three weeks ago, Tove Lo shared her new single, “Glad He’s Gone,” the lead for her upcoming fourth album, Sunshine Kitty. Following a vertical video last week, today the song gets a proper music video.
“Glad He’s Gone” starts off with a charming recreation of the pep talk Tove gives her newly single friend. While Tove is at a restaurant with a guy, her friend calls her, crying on the phone. Tove consoles her, abandoning her dinner partner and traversing across fields, forests, and rocky shores to reach her friend. She marches past penguins and horses, walks on top of trains and cargo ships, never losing cell reception. However, Tove’s journey takes an unexpected twist when she commits a crime and has to do the time. No matter; her cell signal is still strong, and she eventually makes it back to resume her meal with her oddly patient dinner date.
Watch the music video for “Glad He’s Gone” below:
“Glad He’s Gone” is the lead single for Tove Lo’s upcoming 4th album, Sunshine Kitty, due in mid-September this year.
Tove Lo’s last album was Blue Lips, released in November 2017. That record was the counterpart to her 2016 sophomore album, Lady Wood. Those two albums launched singles like “Cool Girl,” “True Disaster,” “Disco Tits,” and “Bitches.” Tove Lo’s most recent single just came out earlier this month. She recorded “Diva” with Aazar and Swae Lee.
“Glad He’s Gone” is a great way to kick off Tove Lo’s upcoming album era. Get ready to hear the rest of the songs on Sunshine Kitty once it’s out this September
Enjoy the new music video for “Glad He’s Gone,” and stay tuned for more news about Sunshine Kitty in the coming weeks. Look out for a tracklist, cover art, and the exact release date soon. Keep checking back here for all the latest Tove Lo music news.
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