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Fans will see the Swedish singer/songwriter reunite with The Struts for the set, which will move into high gear in early 2016. The sophomore set will have the same dynamic feel as her debut because she's feeling a little dark, and that's exactly what we want from her.
"I was more upbeat, but I'm not anymore," she told the outlet. "I've been on the road writing all these super happy dance jams but it's turned back into darker stuff lately. It's going to be a similar vibe to [Queen of the Clouds] where maybe the music feels happier than the lyrics actually are. There's that double thing I love to play with. It's my thing...There will be some new elements and now I'm a little worried it's going to sound schizophrenic because I've gone through so many different emotions this past year.
Thankfully, Tove Lo doesn't have anything to worry about. Her rollercoaster ride of emotions on Queen of the Clouds is what made the set so strong and her singles so vividly contrasting. Read more from Billboard's chat with Tove Lo right here.