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Tove Lo Shares 'Blue Lips' Short Film

Friday, 19 October 2018 Written by Laura Johnson

Tove Lo has shared a new short film called Blue Lips.

The 25 minute, Malia James-directed video is a companion piece to her most recent album, 'Blue Lips [Lady Wood Phase II]', which came out late last year. In an online statement she confirmed that the film draws a line under the whole Lady Wood era and would serve as its final chapter.

"Here it is. Last chapter of the Lady Wood Era. I’m kinda out of words, this has been such an amazing journey and I can’t wait to start the next one with you all. Thank you for the support, love and patience babes. And THANK YOU from the bottom of my heart to everyone involved in making this film. Malia I’ve said it a million times but WOW what a woman you are. Feeling all the feels today and I can’t wait to hear what #BlueLipsTheFilm does to your insides ❤️"

The Stockholm-based artist also recently teamed up with Major Lazer for their new single, Blow That Smoke. Head here to give it a spin.





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