SINGLE REVIEW: Tove Lo – No One Dies From Love

Tove Lo is stepping back into the spotlight with a disco infused synth sound that is ready to have you crying on the dance floor all over again. ‘No One Dies From Love’ is her triumphant return following the deluxe edition of her fourth studio album ‘Sunshine Kitty’ in 2020. During that 2 year gap she released ‘How Long’ for the Euphoria soundtrack, and collaborated with Martin Garrix, Duran Duran, MARINA and Broods, but with the release of ‘No One Dies From Love’ she bookmarks the opening of a new chapter.

Beginning with mid-tempo synths, the Swedish born and now Los Angeles based singer-songwriter oozes her way through the light verse before a pulled back first chorus with added vocoder. A light beat is added during the second verse which adds a retrospective 80’s nod before unveiling the full glittery synth production that takes over during the chorus. It’s a slow burner that dramatically builds into this big pop moment that is reminiscent of her ‘Lady Wood’ era. 

Emotively charged, the track is all about the heart-aching emotion behind the early stages of a breakup. “No one dies from love. Guess I’ll be the first” she sings as she processes the realisation that the other person has now left her life. Everyone says you can’t die from love, but the pain behind a heartbreak feels very literal, and in that moment it does really feel like you could die from how much it hurts. 

‘No One Dies From Love’ is an infectious glittery return for Tove Lo, that opens a new chapter and will have you ready to scream the song out loud with her when she hits Australian shores this September/October for Listen Out. 


Friday 23 September – Listen Out Melbourne, VIC

Sunday 25 September – Listen Out Perth, WA

Saturday 1 October – Listen Out Sydney, NSW

Sunday 2 October – Listen Out Brisbane, QLD

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