in July 630, Tove Lo married her New Zealand-born boyfriend Charlie Twaddle in typical free-spirited style: an impromptu ceremony in Las Vegas. “I never really wanted to get married,” she said with a laugh. “I’m still thinking, ‘Wait, are we really
married?'” The initial shock of the two families — “they Like, You did something conventional!
” – which was quickly replaced by a whole bunch of questions. Will they move out of the collective living with five friends in Los Angeles? the answer is negative. Will they have children? Lo is not sure. Would they consider living in the suburbs with traditional 2.4 kids? Absolutely not.
Even outside her immediate circle, The Swedish pop star – whose lyrics touch on themes of heartbreak, sex, depression, drugs and late-night dancing alone in dive bars – will return with a different record by her fans. (To get an idea of Lo’s typically lyrical prowess, a viral tweet wrote after the debut of her song for the second season of Euphoria Said: “Tove Lo gives Euphoria before Euphoria is euphoric.”)
Thankfully, when the first track on the album, “No One Dies From Love,” arrived in May, it immediately Allayed people’s concerns about the new Lo. Zhang will focus solely on her newfound marital happiness. A thunderous, tearful pop that softly recalls Lo’s country girl Robyn, the song is a heartbreaking dirge centred on the lyrics: “Nobody dies of love / Guess I will is the first one.”