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Tove Lo performing at the 2015 Melt! Festival in Gräfenhainichen, Germany

Swedish singer and songwriter Tove Lo has written over 70 songs for her three studio albums and one extended play, as well as for other artists. Between 2006 and 2009,[1] Lo was a member of math rock band Tremblebee, and wrote the lyrics for their songs.[2][3] In 2011, she signed a publishing deal with Warner/Chappell Music,[4] and later joined songwriting teams Xenomania and Wolf Cousins.[5][6] In 2014, Lo wrote and provided vocals for "Heroes (We Could Be)" by Swedish musician Alesso, which peaked inside the top ten in Sweden and the United Kingdom.[7][8] Lo co-wrote "Love Me Like You Do", recorded by English singer Ellie Goulding, which was released as the second single from the soundtrack to the film Fifty Shades of Grey (2015).[9] The track topped the UK Singles Chart and peaked at number three on the Billboard Hot 100.[10][11] Additionally, Lo received nominations, alongside the others co-writers of the song, for the Golden Globes, Grammys and Critics' Choice Awards.[12][13][14] Discussing the process of writing for other artists, the singer told Paste that she avoids drawing from her own experiences so that the songs do not become personal. She also stated: "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".[15]

In addition to her work for other artists, Lo has co-written the songs from her own record releases. While writing for other singers, she started to record the songs she deemed too personal to give away; the first one was "Love Ballad", which was initially offered to an artist who wanted to change the lyrics.[16] The track became her first collaboration with co-writers Jakob Jerlström and Ludvig Söderberg, better known as The Struts, and was later released as Lo's debut single in October 2012.[15][17] "Habits", also co-written with The Struts, was released as the singer's second single in March 2013.[18] It was written during 2012's Hurricane Sandy in New York,[19][20] and was inspired by Lo's attempts to forget a former boyfriend through substance abuse and other hedonistic practices.[21][22] Its popularity among music blogs gained the artist a recording contract with Universal Music Group.[15]

In March 2014, Lo released her first EP Truth Serum, a concept record that details her "most intense" failed relationship.[21] It contains six tracks co-written by the singer alongside The Struts and Alx Reuterskiöld, among others.[23] In September of that year, the artist released her debut studio album, Queen of the Clouds, a concept album divided into three sections that describes the pattern of her relationships: The Sex, The Love and The Pain.[24] The majority of the tracks were co-written by Lo alongside The Struts.[25] "Habits" was re-released as "Habits (Stay High)" as both the second single from Truth Serum and the lead single from Queen of the Clouds,[26][27] and became a commercial success, peaking at number three on the Billboard Hot 100.[28] It was also awarded the Song of the Year accolade at the 2015 Grammis Awards in Sweden.[29]

In October 2016, Lo released her second studio album, Lady Wood, which talks about "different kinds of rushes in life" and is divided into two chapters, "Fairy Dust" and "Fire Fade".[30] It featured ten songs co-written by the artist alongside The Struts, Ilya Salmanzadeh and Oscar Holter, among others.[31] In November 2017, the singer released her third studio album, Blue Lips, which is a sequel to Lady Wood and is also split into two chapters: "Light Beams" and "Pitch Black".[32] For the record, she worked mostly with The Struts and Ali Payami.[33] Lo has also written and recorded tracks for the soundtracks of three films. She solely wrote and produced "Scream My Name" for the soundtrack to the 2014 film The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1.[34] She wrote "Scars" alongside The Struts, which became the lead single of the soundtrack to the 2016 film The Divergent Series: Allegiant.[35][36] Lo also co-wrote "Lies in the Dark", which is part of the soundtrack to Fifty Shades Darker (2017).[37][38]

SongsEdit

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  Indicates single release
  Indicates promotional single release
  Indicates a song written solely by Lo
 
Lo co-wrote "Love Me Like You Do", recorded by English singer Ellie Goulding (pictured) for the soundtrack to the film Fifty Shades of Grey (2015).
 
Lo co-wrote three songs for Swedish duo Icona Pop (pictured), including the single "We Got the World" (2012).
Title Artist(s) Songwriter(s) Album(s) Year Ref.
"9th of October" Tove Lo Tove Lo
Ludvig Söderberg
Jakob Jerlström
Blue Lips 2017 [33]
"Bad Days" Tove Lo Tove Lo
Gustav Weber Vernet
Blue Lips 2017 [33]
"Bitches" Tove Lo Tove Lo
Ali Payami
Blue Lips 2017 [33]
"Bumble Bee" Unknown Tove Lo
Mike Riley
Non-album song Unknown [39]
"Close"   Nick Jonas featuring Tove Lo Mattman & Robin
Julia Michaels
Justin Tranter
Tove Lo
Last Year Was Complicated 2016 [40]
"Come Back to Me"   Urban Cone featuring Tove Lo Rasmus Flyckt
Tim Formgren
Emil Gustafsson
Jacob Sjöberg
Magnus Folkö
Tove Lo
Polaroid Memories 2015 [41]
"Cool Girl"   Tove Lo Tove Lo
Jakob Jerlström
Ludvig Söderberg
Lady Wood 2016 [31]
"Crave" Tove Lo Tove Lo
Ryan Rabin
Ryan McMahon
Ben Berger
Queen of the Clouds 2014 [42]
"Cycles" Tove Lo Tove Lo
Ludvig Söderberg
Jakob Jerlström
Joe Janiak
Blue Lips 2017 [33]
"Desire"   Years & Years featuring Tove Lo Olly Alexander
Michael Goldsworthy
Emre Turkmen
Kid Harpoon
Tove Lo
Communion (deluxe edition) 2016 [43]
"Disco Tits"   Tove Lo Tove Lo
Jakob Jerlström
Ludvig Söderberg
Blue Lips 2017 [33]
"Don't Ask Don't Tell" Tove Lo Tove Lo
Ali Payami
Blue Lips 2017 [33]
"Don't Talk About It" Tove Lo Tove Lo
Ilya
Rickard Göransson
Lady Wood 2016 [31]
"Don't Worry Bout Me"   Zara Larsson Tove Lo
Zara Larsson
Ludvig Söderberg
Jakob Jerlström
Rami Yacoub
Linnea Södahl
Whitney Phillips
Jakob Jerlström
TBA 2019 [44]
"End of It All" Mat Sherman Tove Lo
Mat Sherman
Wes Jones
Non-album song Unknown [45]
"Flashes" Tove Lo Tove Lo
Oscar Görres
Lady Wood 2016 [31]
"Forget It" Amanda Fondell Tove Lo
Fredrik Samsson
Amanda Fondell
Because I Am 2014 [46]
"Freak of Nature" Broods featuring Tove Lo Georgia Nott
Caleb Nott
Tove Lo
Conscious 2016 [47]
"Gold"   Victoria Justice Tove Lo
Jason Weiss
Sam Shrieve
Ben Camp
Jakob Jerlström
Ludvig Söderberg
Non-album song 2013 [48]
"Good Guys" Unknown Tove Lo
Michael Abiola Orabiyi
Elliot Wilkins
Non-album song Unknown [49]
"Got Love"   Tove Lo Tove Lo
Alx Reuterskiöld
Jakob Jerlström
Ludvig Söderberg
Queen of the Clouds 2014 [25]
[50]
"Habits (Stay High)"   Tove Lo Tove Lo
Jakob Jerlström
Ludvig Söderberg
Truth Serum
Queen of the Clouds
2013 [25]
"Heroes (We Could Be)"   Alesso featuring Tove Lo Alessandro Lindblad
Tove Lo
David Bowie
Brian Eno
Forever 2014 [7]
"Hey You Got Drugs?" Tove Lo Tove Lo
Alex Hope
Blue Lips 2017 [33]
"Homemade Dynamite" Lorde Tove Lo
Ella Yelich-O'Connor
Ludvig Söderberg
Jakob Jerlström
Melodrama 2017 [51]
"How'd You Do It" Unknown Tove Lo
Jarl Aanestad
Non-album song Unknown [52]
"Imaginary Friend" Tove Lo Tove Lo
Ludvig Söderberg
Jakob Jerlström
Joel Little
Lady Wood 2016 [31]
"In My Head" Unknown Tove Lo
Alx Reuterskiöld
Kim Andreas Wennerstrom
Non-album song Unknown [53]
"Influence" Tove Lo featuring Wiz Khalifa Tove Lo
Ludvig Söderberg
Jakob Jerlström
Wiz Khalifa
Lady Wood 2016 [31]
"Jealousy" Tal Mattias Larsson
Robin Fredriksson
Tove Lo
Jason Gill
Non-album song 2013 [54]

[55]
"Keep It Simple" Tove Lo Tove Lo
Ali Payami
Lady Wood 2016 [31]
"Killin' It" Cher Lloyd Tove Lo
Shellback
Ludvig Söderberg
Jakob Jerlström
Savan Kotecha
Cher Lloyd
Sorry I'm Late 2014 [56]
"Lady Wood" Tove Lo Tove Lo
Oscar Holter
Ludvig Söderberg
Lady Wood 2016 [31]
"Lies in the Dark" Tove Lo Tove Lo
Mike Riley
Daniel Traynor
Fifty Shades Darker:
Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
2017 [37]
"Light Beams" Tove Lo Tove Lo
Ludvig Söderberg
Jakob Jerlström
Blue Lips 2017 [33]
"Light Me Up" Icona Pop Fransisca Hall
Caroline Hjelt
Aino Jawo
Tove Lo
Elof Loelv
Nick Scapa
Read Fasse
This Is... Icona Pop 2013 [57]
"Like Em Young" Tove Lo Tove Lo
Jakob Jerlström
Ludvig Söderberg
Queen of the Clouds 2014 [25]
"Like You" Unknown Tove Lo
Mike Riley
Jason Gill
Alexander Kronlund
Non-album song Unknown [58]
"The Love" Tove Lo Tove Lo   Queen of the Clouds 2014 [25]
"Love Ballad"   Tove Lo Tove Lo
Jakob Jerlström
Ludvig Söderberg
Truth Serum
Queen of the Clouds
2012 [25]
"Love Me like You Do"   Ellie Goulding Max Martin
Tove Lo
Savan Kotecha
Ilya Salmanzadeh
Ali Payami
Fifty Shades of Grey
Delirium
2015 [9]
"Moments"   Tove Lo Tove Lo   Queen of the Clouds 2014 [25]
"My Gun" Tove Lo Tove Lo
Daniel Ledinsky
Jakob Jerlström
Ludvig Söderberg
Queen of the Clouds 2014 [25]
"No Repeats" Cinnamon Girl Tove Lo
Oscar Görres
Ilya
Camilla Roholm
Non-album song Unknown [59]
"Not Made for This World" Tove Lo Tove Lo
Tobias Jimson
Michel Flygard
Queen of the Clouds 2014 [60]
"Not on Drugs"   Tove Lo Tove Lo
Alx Reuterskiöld
Jakob Jerlström
Ludvig Söderberg
Truth Serum
Queen of the Clouds
2014 [25]
"Ok" Mat Sherman Tove Lo
Mat Sherman
Non-album song Unknown [61]
"One in a Million" Hilary Duff Tove Lo
Oscar Görres
Ilya
Breathe In. Breathe Out. 2015 [62]
"Out of Mind"   Tove Lo Tove Lo
Alx Reuterskiöld
Truth Serum 2013 [23]
"Over" Tove Lo Tove Lo
Jason Gill
Mattias Larsson
Robin Fredriksson
Truth Serum 2014 [23]
"The Pain" Tove Lo Tove Lo   Queen of the Clouds 2014 [25]
"Paradise" Tove Lo Tove Lo
Elliot Wilkins
Michael Riley
Truth Serum 2014 [23]
"Perfect Loop" Unknown Tove Lo
Jarl Aanestad
Non-album song Unknown [63]
"Pieces" MS MR Elizabeth Plapinger
Tove Lo
Max Hershenow
How Does It Feel 2015 [64]
"Pitch Black" Tove Lo Choukri Gustmann
Lukas Loules
Blue Lips 2017 [33]
"Ready for the Weekend" Icona Pop Caroline Hjelt
Aino Jawo
Elof Loelv
Tove Lo
Icona Pop 2012 [65]
"Romantics" Tove Lo featuring Daye Jack Tove Lo
Choukri Gustmann
Daye Jack
Jakob Jerlström
Ludvig Söderberg
Lukas Loules
Blue Lips 2017 [33]
"Rumors" Adam Lambert
featuring Tove Lo
Adam Lambert
Tove Lo
Oscar Görres
Shellback
The Original High 2015 [66]
"Run On Love"   Lucas Nord featuring Tove Lo Tove Lo
Lucas Nordqvist
Islands 2013 [67]
"Say It"   Flume featuring Tove Lo Flume
Tove Lo
Daniel Johns
Skin 2016 [68]
"Scars"   Tove Lo Tove Lo
Jakob Jerlström
Ludvig Söderberg
Allegiant (Original Motion Picture Score) [36]
"Scream My Name" Tove Lo Tove Lo   The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 1 –
Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
2014 [34]
"The Sex" Tove Lo Tove Lo   Queen of the Clouds 2014 [25]
"Shivering Gold" Tove Lo Tove Lo
Ludvig Söderberg
Blue Lips 2017 [33]
"Shedontknowbutsheknows" Tove Lo Tove Lo
Ludvig Söderberg
Jakob Jerlström
Blue Lips 2017 [33]
"Skippin' a Beat" Zara Larsson Jacob Kasher
Rickard Göransson
Tove Lo
Kevin Figs
Teddy Pena
1 2014 [69]
"Something New"   Girls Aloud Brian Higgins
Wayne Hector
Tim Deal
Matt Gray
Carla Marie Williams
Tove Lo
Nicola Roberts
Florrie
Xenomania
Ten 2012 [70]
"Sparks"   Hilary Duff Christian "Bloodshy" Karlsson
Tove Lo
Peter Thomas
Sam Shrieve
Breathe In. Breathe Out. 2015 [62]
"Speak Now" Unknown Tove Lo
Matthew John Sherman
Non-album song Unknown [71]
"Stay in Love" Hilary Duff Tove Lo
Michael Angelo
Breathe In. Breathe Out. 2015 [62]
"Still Falling for You"   Ellie Goulding Tove Lo
Rickard Goransson
Ilya Salmanzadeh
Shellback
Ellie Goulding
Bridget Jones's Baby: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack 2016 [72]
"Stranger" Tove Lo Tove Lo
Ali Payami
Niklas Ljungfelt
Blue Lips 2017 [33]
"Strangers" Seven Lions & Myon and Shane 54
featuring Tove Lo
Tove Lo
Seven Lions
Márió Égető
Worlds Apart 2013 [73]
"Struggle" Tove Lo Tove Lo
Ludvig Söderberg
Jakob Jerlström
Blue Lips 2017 [33]
"Talking Body"   Tove Lo Tove Lo
Jakob Jerlström
Ludvig Söderberg
Queen of the Clouds 2014 [25]
"That's Just Me" Ella Eyre Ella Eyre
Alexander Kronlund
Tove Lo
Ilya
Oscar Görres
Non-album song 2014 [55]
[74]
"This Time Around" Tove Lo Tove Lo
Nate Campany
Kyle Shearer
Queen of the Clouds 2014 [25]
"Thousand Miles"   Tove Lo Tove Lo
Michael Orabiyi
Jakob Jerlström
Ludvig Söderberg
Queen of the Clouds 2014 [25]
[75]
"Thousand Needles" Lea Michele Tove Lo
Ali Payami
Louder 2014 [76]
"Timebomb"   Tove Lo Tove Lo
Klas Åhlund
Alexander Kronlund
Queen of the Clouds 2014 [25]
"True Disaster"   Tove Lo Tove Lo
Oscar Holter
Lady Wood 2016 [31]
"Truth or Dare" Amelia Lily Tove Lo
Annie Yuill
Luke Fitton
Matt Gray
Brian Higgins
Toby Scott
Tim Deal
MNEK
Be a Fighter 2013 [77]
"Turn the World Upside Down" Florrie Florrie
Brian Higgins
Toby Scott
Annie Yuill
Tove Lo
Luke Fitton
ITVBe
advertisement[78]
2014 [79]
"Vibes" Tove Lo featuring Joe Janiak Tove Lo
Ludvig Söderberg
Jakob Jerlström
Joe Janiak
Lady Wood 2016 [31]
"The Way That I Am" Tove Lo Tove Lo
Ali Payami
Queen of the Clouds 2014 [25]
"We Got the World"   Icona Pop Caroline Hjelt
Aino Jawo
Linus Eklöw
Nicole Morier
Tove Lo
Icona Pop 2012 [65]
"What Are You Waiting For?"   The Saturdays MNEK
Carla Marie Williams
Annie Yuill
Florrie
Tim Deal
Brian Higgins
Miranda Cooper
Tove Lo
Luke Fritton
Matt Gray
Gavin Harris
Nick Hill
Toby Scott
Finest Selection:
The Greatest Hits
2014 [55][80]
"WTF Love Is" Tove Lo Tove Lo
Ludvig Söderberg
Jakob Jerlström
Lady Wood 2016 [31]
"WTFAWFI?" Mat Sherman Tove Lo
Mat Sherman
Non-album song Unknown [81]

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