Sia & Tove Lo Arrange Collaboration Over Twitter

8 February 2023 | 8:48 am | Mary Varvaris

"It’s been a dream of mine to write with you for so long... this made my day."

Sia & Tove Lo

Sia & Tove Lo (Source: Supplied)

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Sia and Swedish pop singer Tove Lo could be collaborating soon, with the two sharing their interest in working together on Twitter.

The tweet exchange began with the Chandelier singer addressing Tove Lo and saying that she has "always wanted to tell you I wish I’d written heroes, I would love to collaborate with you too! Thank you for the love!!" 

Tove Lo quickly responded, "my heart jumped reading this! It’s been a dream of mine to write with you for so long, literally in every interview I talk about it, this made my day. let’s do iiiiit".

The public online conversation ended with Sia, also referencing her team, writing that they "will be in touch".

As The Line Of Best Fit notes, Tove Lo covered the Sia classic, Elastic Heart in 2015.

Last year, Tove Lo returned to Australia with her first headlining dates in five years. "Watching the hip-swivelling Swede live feels like a portal into the multiverse, in a funny way. She may not have scratched the charts outside of her homeland in years, but on this stage and in this moment, she feels like the biggest megastar on the planet," The Music remarked. "Every song is given a deafening cheer and a somehow even louder sing-along, from the bonafide summer, smash Cool Girl to the unravelled balladry of True Romance, and it gets to the point of being literally undeniable.

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"Of course, if this was going to happen for Lo anywhere outside of Sweden, it seems fair that Australia would be the place. After all, two of the singer's best songs were made in collaboration with national music royalty, and both receive a hero's welcome when they're unveiled at crucial points during the set. Really Don't Like U, a duet with none other than Kylie Minogue, is dedicated to "all the gays" (which, let's face it, is over 95% of the audience), while her rendition of Flume team-up Say It sends another rush of energy to the dancefloor."