Tove Lo At History In Toronto With Opener Slayyyter

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Written and Captured By | Ed Yao

Swedish-born pop sensation Tove Lo has become one of the most influential pop artists of our time, and her recent concert left no doubt as to why. The sold-out show on Valentine’s Day no less, was packed with stunning visuals, bombastic outfits, energetic performances, and, of course, Tove Lo’s signature raw, emotional lyrics.

Tove Lo’s rise to fame began in 2014, with her breakout hit “Habits (Stay High).” The song was a huge success, and her debut album “Queen of the Clouds” quickly followed. Since then, she has released multiple hit singles and albums, earning herself a dedicated fan base all around the world. What sets Tove Lo apart from other pop artists is her willingness to dive deep into the human experience and share her most vulnerable moments through her music. Her lyrics are raw, honest, and relatable, touching on topics such as love, heartbreak, and addiction.

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The concert, which was held at the 2500-person capacity, ‘HISTORY’ in Toronto, Canada, was nothing short of amazing. The atmosphere was electric, with fans singing along to every song, dancing, and waving their hands in the air. Tove Lo’s performance was incredible, and she demonstrated a vocal range that was truly awe-inspiring.

The setlist was a perfect mix of old and new songs, and the audience went wild for each one. From the opening notes of “Pineapple Slice” to the final moments of the legendary “Habits”, Tove Lo had the crowd in the palm of her hand. Tove Lo also performed her newest single, “Borderline”, which was co-written with Dua Lipa.

Tove Lo was supported by opening act, Slayyyter, an American singer, songwriter and internet personality known for her pop-infused electronic music and provocative image. She first gained popularity on social media in 2018, where she released her debut single “BFF” on SoundCloud. The track quickly went viral and caught the attention of music critics, who praised her unique take on the pop genre.

Slayyyter‘s music is heavily influenced by 90s and 2000s pop and electronic music, featuring a mix of high-energy beats, synth-heavy melodies, and catchy hooks. Her lyrics often touch on themes of love, heartbreak, and the challenges of modern relationships. Her music videos and live performances also showcase her love for fashion and performance art, with bold and colorful outfits, choreography, and special effects.

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In conclusion, Tove Lo’s concert was a night to remember. Her unique brand of emotional, honest pop music, coupled with an incredible live performance, made for an unforgettable experience.


  1. Pineapple Slice
  2. Attention Whore
  3. Cool Girl
  4. Are U gonna tell her?
  5. 2 Die 4
  6. Talking Body
  7. Really Don’t Like U
  8. disco tits
  9. Moments
  10. True Romance
  11. Grapefruit
  12. Glad He’s Gone
  13. Suburbia
  14. Borderline
  15. How Long
  16. True Disaster
  17. Love Ballad
  18. Habits (Stay High)
  19. No One Dies From Love


Ed Yao