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- Song Name: Habits (Stay High)
- Artist Name / Band Name: Tove Lo
- Produced By: The Struts (Producers)
- Album Name: Truth Serum
- Release Date: March 15, 2013
- Genre: Pop, Electronic
- Record Label: Island, Republic
- Written By: Jakob Jerlström, Ludvig Söderberg & Tove Lo
- Performance: Peaked at No.
- Sampled In: N/A
- Cover By: N/A
- Remixed By: N/A
Tove Lo – Habits (Stay High) Review
There are more than enough reasons why ‘Habits (Stay High)’ by Tove Lo review articles are mostly raving about the Swedish pop singer. The song comes as a sparkler single that tackles the usual post-relationship blues. As the lyrics suggest, drugs, drinks, and illicit playground hookups seem not effective enough to bring about coping mechanism. The words suggest that moving on is still beyond the singer’s reach.
So what is most notable about this track aside from its theme and lyrics? Most reviewers assert that it has to be the chorus. There is a crushing weight to it that approximates the usually overwhelming and brain-altering infatuation that she is singing about.
As you listen to the track, you may eventually find yourself drowning in its lyrics. Does being too love struck make you high? Well, it suggests that you are absolutely not alone. If falling in love, getting heartbroken, and shuttering into pieces afterwards has become your habit, it is about time to learn moving on. It is an insightful song, really.