Crafting an idiosyncratic blend of pop influenced as much by '80s pop as by contemporary EDM and coupled with raw, brutally honest lyrics, Tove Lo made a name for herself as an award-winning performer and Grammy-nominated songwriter. Born Ebba Tove Elsa Nilsson on October 29, 1987 in a suburb of Stockholm, she began writing poetry and short stories at a young age. She went on to study at the famous Rytmus Musikergymnasiet -- a music-oriented high school comparable to the U.K.'s BRIT School -- where she befriended the future members of Icona Pop. After singing in the band Tremblebee, made up of students from the school, and a spell playing one-man-and-his-dog nightclub gigs as frontwoman of a math rock band, she decided to focus on her own songs, spending six months in her shed studio working on a demo. In the wake of the breakthrough success of her debut, Lo also lent her vocals to tracks by Coldplay, Nick Jonas, Broods, and Flume. She returned in 2016 with her second album, Lady Wood, which delivered more of her signature mix of cool synth pop and frank lyrics. Buoyed by the singles "Cool Girl" and "True Disaster," the album hit number one in Sweden, and landed at number 11 on the U.S. Billboard 200. She also headlined her second concert tour with the Lady Wood Tour. In 2017, Lo contributed the song "Lies in the Dark" to the Fifty Shades Darker soundtrack. That November, she released her third album, BLUE LIPS, a companion piece to Lady Wood that featured the single "Disco Tits." A second single off the album, "bitches," arrived in 2018.
They say that in Berlin, wherever they stick a finger, everything is cool. And museums, and friendly people, the diversity of cultures and just the beauty of the city itself. Those who were there for three days, they say they saw three percent. Its scale strikes from the first step, so do not hesitate to choose a date - feel free to give yourself a few extra days for long walks with the camera turned on and techno parties.