An interview and profile of Tove Lo in W magazine in October 2016 referred to her as "openly bisexual", citing that as one of several identifiers "she once took for granted but are now very much part of her public persona." In an interview with Attitude in January 2017, Lo referred to her own bisexuality: "Being open and owning my sexuality in both ways—with both men and women—I think that's just never been a big deal", adding that she was very lucky growing up in a liberal country.
She has a prominent tattoo along her left upper arm of a girl harnessed to the back of a bumblebee.
She also said: "My main goal is to say something how they would say it, even if I might say it in a different way that makes more sense to me".
Sometimes it starts with a random lyric idea that sets the tone for the whole song.
It is from the cover of the album designed by Mark Ryden, Clear Hearts Grey Flowers by Jack Off Jill.
Born and raised in the Djursholm district of Danderyd, a northern suburb of Stockholm, Lo is an alumna of the music school Rytmus Musikergymnasiet. After it disbanded, Lo pursued a career in songwriting and earned a publishing deal with Warner/Chappell Music in 2011.
Five days before to the album's release, Lo announced a European and North American solo tour, the Lady Wood Tour.
It would take the singer to twenty-one cities across two continents, beginning on 6 January 2017.
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