NSFW: Tove Lo gets steamy with a puppet in new video for 'Disco Tits'

6 October 2017
Tove Lo commemorated the release of her 2016 album, Lady Wood, by also putting out a short film called Fairy Dust that explored female sexuality so closely that it got removed from YouTube before eventually being added back. (You can watch it in full now.) Earlier this year, she released another short called Fire Fade that found her literally crawling up the walls like a spider.

In keeping with those themes, Tove Lo's latest visual is a new music video for "Disco Tits," and it's a six-minute psychedelic trip co-starring a puppet who quickly becomes her love interest for an unforgettable night of debauchery.

The premise here is simple: The puppet (who somehow goes entirely unnamed!) is interviewing Tove Lo, but she's had enough of the "vanilla" questions, so they book it out of there and hit the road, man. They kiss on the open road, living dangerously, which eventually leads to, well... more, as it often does.

I should point out here that as they drive, the puppet flashes to become man a few times, which potentially reveals that he's actually a real dude but is just a metaphorical puppet of the industry, of course. Tove Lo's new album, Blue Lips, is due out sometime before the end of 2017.

- Patrick Hosken
Hit play to watch our top 10 hottest music videos of the week from Chart Attack:
Category:

latest news

Dua Lipa and Ariana Grande spark collaboration rumours and we are keen

Music

Finally – Salt Bae is opening his very own restaurant in New York!

Lifestyle

Offset issues apology after outraging netizens for homophobic lyric in 'Boss Life'

Celebrities

MTV Asks: Foster The People talk pre-gig rituals, pranks and durian

Music

This Sims 4 pack is about to get so real – you'll need to start doing your own laundry

Lifestyle

Nick Jonas spills about how he 'ruined' the date with ex-gf Selena Gomez

Music

Watch: The Chainsmokers release their deepest song ever – 'Sick Boy'

Music

Watch: SEGA's 'Two Point Hospital' is the next 'Theme Hospital' game you need to look out for

Lifestyle