Tove Styrke

Tove Styrke – “Even If I’m Loud It Doesn’t Mean I’m Talking To You” [New Track]

Swedish pop artist Tove Styrke returns with a fantastic new tune called, “Even If I’m Loud It Doesn’t Mean I’m Talking To You.” It’s been a few years since we first introduced the pop songstress on the blog (here) and we’re SO GLAD she’s back! The new tune, Produced by Calle Ask  and Johan T Karlsson  is a fiery pop-rock-anthem that echoes the catchy, electric sounds of Dragonette and The Ting Tings. The song is a bit of a sonic departure from the bubblegum pop we’ve come to love and expect from the singer—but that’s why we love it! Listen!

Even If I’m Loud It Doesn’t Mean I’m Talking To You” is out now!

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Tove Styrke – Debut Album + Videos for ‘Call My Name’ And ‘Bad Time For A Good Time’

Introducing Tove Styrke!

After taking third place in 2009′s Swedish version of Pop Idol 19 year old singer Tove Styrke  joined forces with Swedish producers Janne Kask, Peter Ågren, Adam Olenius, Patrik Berger  (of Robyn‘s “Dancing On My Own”), and song writing assistance from Lykke Li  to deliver her self-titled debut album in late 2010.

Styrke’s production team delivered an addictive pop-gem of an album that combined the bubbling electronica of Robyn, the hipster synth-pop of Annie  and the hook-laden stylings of Kylie MinogueStyrke’s  dreamy vocals and slight accent shine brightly throughout the album. Her voice feels new and refreshing, and its one of the strongest features of the album.

Now, two years after her debut Styrke has re-emerged with a brand new single called “Call My Name” and a remake of “Bad Time For A Good Time,” a track that originally appeared on her debut. The track has been heavily revamped and features one of my favorite female MC’s Ana Rab Aka Gnucci Banana.

Check out the brand new videos below and listen to a few tracks from her 2010 debut.


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Tove Styrke – Beating On A Better Drum

Tove styrke beating on a better drum

Tove Styrke – White Light Moment

Tove Styrke – Stalker In Your Speaker

Tove Styrke – Stalker in your speaker