News Mon 17 Nov 2014


Due to falling ill Tove Lo has announced that her headline London show at Electric Ballroom on November 21st 2014 will be re-scheduled to London KOKO on January 22nd 2015. All tickets remain valid for the new London date.

"I'm so sorry to say that I'm on strict vocal rest on doctors orders in hope that my very inflamed vocal chords will get better.  I am not allowed to sing or do pretty much anything using my voice, so will live like a nun and taking a vow of silence. This means I won't be playing my upcoming shows in Germany and UK this year. So so so sad I don't get to go!! But I will behave and get well soon so I can start of next year with a BANG!” Tove Lo.

An additional show has also been added and Tove Lo will perform at Manchester Academy 2 on Friday 23rd January 2015. Tickets for both shows are on sale now and available from  The Swedish electro-pop artist is enjoying worldwide success following the release of her debut EP ‘Truth Serum’ in March, which featured the global smash “Habits (Stay High) - Hippie Sabotage Remix . With over 130 million streams on Spotify world­wide, 80 million views on VEVO, 1.8 million single sales and a top 10 hit in 30 countries, Tove Lo is shaping up to be the biggest breaking artist of 2014.

26-year old Tove Lo is a graduate of Stockholm’s prestigious and rigorous Rytmus Music school, a springboard for young Swedish artists like Robyn, Erik Hassle, and Amanda Mair.  As a member of Max Martin and Shellback’s writing collective, Tove earned her first cuts with her compositions “We Got the World” (Icona Pop) and “Something New” (Girls Aloud).  In addition to self-professed supporters Ellie Goulding, Lorde and Icona Pop, Tove Lo’s online admirers also include Adam Lambert, Charli XCX, Major Lazer, Alesso, and others.


Thursday             22           January                London KOKO

Friday                   23           January               Manchester Academy 2

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