CHART REFLECTION. Only recently, WelcheMusic blogged about Tove Styrke’s latest single ‘Call My Name.’ Now, the singer turns up on the Umeå group Caotico’s latest single ‘Brains Out.’ According to Swedish Stereo, the track is an ‘absolutely lovable track with a funky careless mode and soft electronic sound.’ The track has already climbed iTunes’s Swedish singles tally.
CHART REFLECTION. ‘Call My Name’ is the latest hit from the former Swedish Idol contestant Tove Styrke. Already a top ten seller on the Swedish iTunes tally, the track has also been picked up by the public service radio station P3.
Tove Styrke released her eponymous debut album via Sony last November. She has had a string of hits including ‘Million Pieces,’ ‘White Light Moment’ and ‘High and Low.’ The new track was recently premiered via the radio station NRJ. Expect ‘Call My Name’ to be included on an upcoming album. Scandipop thinks it’s ‘quite in the same vein as “White Light Moment,”’ while Swedish Stereo says ‘it’s much tougher than any of previous Tove’s singles.’
A year ago, Tove Styrke was one of the Idol finalists in Sweden. This July, she issued her debut single – “Million Pieces” – which peaked at No.18 on the Swedish singles tally. Last month, she spent a sole week at No.21 with “White Light Moment.” The latter track has caught the eye of New York Post, which includes Styrke in the 10 Artists to Know in 2011. The news paper names her the next Robyn, stressing that producers Patrik Berger and Jan Kask have previously worked on tracks for Kylie Minogue, Hillary Duff and The Sounds. WelcheMusic says congrats and promises that we definitely will look out for Tove Styrke next year.