Swedish singer and songwriter
has released four Tove Lo , one studio albums (EP), 22 extended play (including nine as a featured artist), three singles and 19 promotional singles . Lo started her career as the lead singer and songwriter in music videos band Tremblebee from 2006 until 2009. math rock  In 2011, she signed a publishing deal with  , and started recording songs. Warner/Chappell Music  She  " self-released " as her debut single in October 2012. Love Ballad  The next year, Lo released "  ", which received positive feedback from music blogs and led her to sign a record deal with Habits . Universal Music Group Lo's first EP,  , was released under the label on 3 March 2014, Truth Serum and entered the top 20 in Norway and Sweden.   Three singles were released from the EP, including a  version of "Habits" by production duo remixed , re-titled as " Hippie Sabotage ". Stay High The track peaked at number 13 in Sweden and reached the top ten of the charts in Australia, New Zealand, and the United Kingdom. [A]  
Lo's debut album,
, was released on 30 September 2014 in the United States, to generally positive reviews. Queen of the Clouds  It peaked at number six in Sweden and number 14 on the US  , Billboard 200  and received  in both countries. platinum certifications  "Habits" was re-issued as "Habits (Stay High)" and released as the  from the record. lead single A [B] in the United States, sleeper hit it peaked at number three on the  , and received a quintuple platinum certification by the Billboard Hot 100 . Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) In doing so, it became the highest-charting song by a Swedish act on the  Billboard Hot 100 since " " by The Sign peaked at number one in 1994. Ace of Base Lo later collaborated with Swedish DJ  in the song " Alesso " in 2014, which became her highest-charting single in Sweden, peaking at number 5. Heroes (We Could Be) 
In early 2016, Lo appeared as a featured artist on "
" by American singer Close , and " Nick Jonas " by Australian DJ Say It . Flume  On 28 October of that year, the singer released her second studio album,  , Lady Wood which topped the albums chart in Sweden and peaked at number 11 on the US  Billboard 200.  Its lead single, "  ", entered the top 30 in Australia, New Zealand and Sweden. Cool Girl On 17 November 2017, Lo released her third studio album,  , Blue Lips which peaked at number 15 in Sweden and charted in Canada,   Netherlands,  Norway,  and the United States.