Tove Styrke drops her third album, Sway, since placing third on Swedish Idol in 2009. The music compilation was crafted by the singer in the past 18 months.
Sway features eight songs that speak about crushes, love, drunken nights, vulnerability, and rejection. The entire album is the type of music friends could listen to while in the car.
The songs in the album are "Sway," "Say My Name," "On the Low," "Mistakes," "Changed My Mind," "I Lied," "On A Level," and "Liability." All of the songs may be listened to in about 26 minutes. Each of the tracks also boasts of its unique appeal.
Tove Styrke Talks About Her New Songs
For instance, "On the Low" was described by Styrke as the heart of the album, but "Sway" is her most favorite track.
"Sway is not just the title track; it represents the whole album so well. It's about when you're vibing with somebody but you're not sure what it is yet. It's all new and exciting. It's taking these small feelings or the feelings that you usually keep to yourself and amping them and making it an anthem, almost. I think those feelings, they deserve that space. I'm so happy about it," said Styrke.
The 25-year-old Swedish singer and songwriter also talked about "On A Level," the song that she wrote with Joe Janiak. She said that she wanted the track to be the last song in her album because it shares similarities with the carrier single "Sway."
"On A Level" is a song that is perfect for the nighttime, and it is also quite romantic. This is the reason why Styrke wanted her fans to listen to it last.
Swedish Singer Is Grateful To Her Fans
Meanwhile, it took Styrke a couple of years since she released a new album. Her second studio compilation, Kiddo, was released in 2015. She unveiled her first music project in 2010, and it is called Tove Styrke. In 2014, the singer also dropped her Borderline EP.
During her interview, the singer thanked her fans for patiently waiting for her to release her new album. She said that she is grateful to each one of them. Styrke added that her fans truly to matter to her because her songs matter to them as well.
"I don't know what I did to deserve the best fans in the world. It's a special bond I have with the fans," said Styrke.