Tove Lo, SG Lewis Embrace Club Energy On New EP ‘Heat’

It's a four-track sizzler...

Tove Lo and SG Lewis have unveiled their new ‘Heat’ EP in full.

The pop queen is an old friend of the UK producer, with the two having met on the dancefloor. Staying in touch as they navigated the industry, Tove Lo and SG Lewis recently decided to go back to basics on a scintillating new EP.

Out now, ‘Heat’ leans on some formative club tropes, ranging from filthy house music through to electro and beyond. Take Millennially-charged ‘Let Me Go OH OH’ with its filthy vocals, with Tove Lo commenting: “We wanted to make something with a similar temperature as Kylie’s ‘Can’t get you out of my head’… sexy, cool and hypnotic.” 

‘Busy Girl’ channels raucous 2000s electro-house, with added production from TEED; ‘Desire’ meanwhile it all-out trance, with SG Lewis explaining:

“I wanted it to be really emotional, something that could be played at the end of the night. It felt like the perfect way to close off the EP.”

The four-tracker is out now, with director David Wilson constructing a quartet of spicy visualisers.

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