Tove Lo Confronts Her Teenage Consuming Dysfunction in ‘Grapefruit’ Video

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Tove Lo visualizes her previous of grappling with an consuming dysfunction within the video for the tune “Grapefruit,” which can seem on her new album, Grime Femme, on Friday (Oct. 14). The clip is among the first glimpses into the Swedish pop star’s traumatic previous, which took her greater than a decade to handle in her personal music.


Directed by Lisette Donkersloot, the video exhibits Tove Lo counting energy whereas sitting on a kitchen flooring and metaphorically references the sensation of being trapped in a single’s personal pores and skin.

“I’ve tried to write down this tune for over 10 years,” the singer wrote in a press release. “I do know I haven’t talked about it rather a lot in interviews and even in my music which is my most sincere place. I assume I needed to discover the fitting option to share the sentiments and the vicious circle of conduct I used to be caught in. I’ve been free from my ED and my physique points for a really very long time however they did take up too a lot of my teenage years. I’m unsure why I wrote this tune now. Possibly the 2 years of stillness introduced again recollections, possibly I wanted all this time I’ve been free from it to have the ability to look again with out feeling ache.

“One of many many emotions I keep in mind is needing to crawl out of my very own pores and skin,” she continued. “I felt so trapped in a physique I hated. I wished a video that portrayed that, and Lisette and Toogie knew precisely how one can create that with me. It was actually actually arduous placing myself again in that headspace however it was obligatory for me. I’m gonna let the tune converse for itself now ”

Tove Lo beforehand launched “2 Die 4,” “No One Dies From Love,” and “True Romance” from Grime Femme. A European tour begins Oct. 29 in Dublin.


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