Tove Styrke Biography
Tove Styrke born Tove Anna Linnéa Östman Styrke is a Swedish singer and songwriter. She gained popularity as a contestant on Swedish Idol 2009, finishing in third place.She was born on 19 November 1992 in Umeå, Sweden. Her father, musician Anders Östman, scored a number one hit on the Swedish radio chart, her mother was a ballet instructor and Styrke took classes from her at an early age.
After competing on Swedish Idol 2009 and finishing in third place, Styrke was signed by Sony Music label in December 2009. In June 2010, she released her first single, “Million Pieces” which was co-written by Adam Olenius from Shout Out Louds and Lykke Li.
On 12 November 2010, she released her debut album. It was first certified gold, then later received platinum certification in Sweden. The majority of the album was co-written by Styrke. The album was later re-released in March 2012 in Germany with two new songs. Her second single, charted at number 5 on the Swedish top singles chart and received gold certification.
In April 2011, she featured in an IKEA commercial, where she performed the Swedish lullaby “Byssan Lull”. On 19 August 2011, the promotional single “Call My Name” was released on digital download. The song peaked at number 6 on the Swedish Singles Chart. In September 2011, the Swedish band Caotico collaborated with Styrke on their single released “Brains Out”. She also appeared in the music video for the single.
In 2013, she signed a contract with Sony Music UK. On 22 May 2014 she released her comeback single, “Even If I’m Loud Doesn’t Mean I’m Talking To You”, on iTunes in Sweden. On 9 October 2014, her next single “Borderline”, the first from her upcoming EP of the same title, was released worldwide on iTunes.
She performed songs from the EP and new material at two debut UK shows in London on 5 and 6 November. The Borderline EP was released worldwide for digital download on 23 November 2014. On 17 November 2014, RCA Records announced that she had signed with the label. The label confirmed her plans to release her first US album via RCA and Sony Sweden in the spring of 2015.
On 23 January 2015, she premiered the single “Ego” from her upcoming second album, Kiddo. The single was available for streaming via her official Soundcloud account and later was released that same day on iTunes. Kiddo was released in digital, vinyl, and physical format on 8 June 2015. The next single “Number One” was released for streaming on Spotify and digital download for iTunes on 13 May 2015 and was featured on the CW’s Riverdale .
On 23 July 2015, a cover version of “…Baby One More Time” by Britney Spears was released on iTunes as a single. A music video for the cover was filmed and premiered on Vevo the same day. On 28 April 2017, she released a lyric video for “Say My Name” to her YouTube Channel. The song was released on Spotify on the same day.
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Tove Styrke Kiddo Vinyl
A1 Ain’t Got No…
A4 Samurai Boy
A6 Who’s Got News
B7 Number One
B8 Even If I’m Loud It Doesn’t Mean I’m Talking To You
B11 Walking A Line
Tove Styrke Songs
- Say My Name
- Changed My Mind
- Number One
- White Light Moment
- Even If I’m Loud It Doesn’t Mean I’m Talking to You
- I Lied
- Million Pieces
- On the Low
- Samurai Boy
- Call My Name
- On a Level
- Walking a Line
- Who’s Got News
- Ain’t Got No…
- Stalker in Your Speaker
- … Baby One More Time
- Beating on a Better Drum
- High and Low
- Bad Time for a Good Time
- Four Elements
- Love You and Leave You
- Walking My Daydream
- Close Enough
Tove Styrke Borderline
Tove Styrke Call My Name
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Tove Styrke High And Low
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Tove Styrke News
Tove Styrke’s ‘Say My Name’ Is the Song of the Summer
Updated:JUNE 27, 2018
In a just world, Tove Styrke would have had several Top Ten hits by now. The 25-year-old Swedish singer makes pop that’s warm, immaculately produced and often absurdly catchy, much of it perfect for the beach, a windows-down drive, or inviting the Robyn fan in your life over for drinks. So, while her under-the-radar status makes it tough for her to have the song of the summer, she could easily have your song of the summer.
Take “Say My Name,” the best song on Styrke’s new album, Sway. Released as a single last year, it’s a minor classic of blissed-out romance, as well as (probably) my most-played track of the past 12 months, the kind of thing that demands infinite repeats as a salve after a shitty day or a mood-enhancer after a good one. Styrke, a Swedish Idol also-ran who’s opened for both Lorde and Katy Perry, calls Sway “a little collection of love stories.” “Say My Name” plays like a crush song, or maybe a lust song, full of casual commands for the object of her affection to not just to say her name, but wear it out like a favorite sweater.
Working largely with Icona Pop and Katy Perry writer-producer Elof Loelv, Styrke has honed a mix of inventiveness and snappy, everything-in-its-right-place minimalism; “Say My Name” rides along, improbably, on a perfunctory-sounding ukulele riff. Styrke has a proper Swedish pop star’s gift for turning big emotions into flawless hooks, as well as an arsenal of timbres and vocal tricks, easily bouncing between deadpan and frothy. (Seriously, Robyn fans: Hop on the Tove Train if you haven’t already.) In weighty times, it’s nice to have a song that’s lighter than air.