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Watch Tove Lo Pull Off a ‘Shawshank Redemption’ in “Glad He’s Gone” Video

After a sexy lyric video and an extended-cut vertical video, Tove Lo has finally premiered the much-anticipated music video for her brand new single “Glad He’s Gone.” However, this is not what we expected from this music video!

Tove Lo’s “Glad He’s Gone” marks the beginning of a brand new era for the Swedish pop star, as she announced her upcoming studio album ‘Sunshine Kitty.’

“I’m so proud of this video, and so grateful to the directors & our outstanding teams. If there’s anything you babes should take away from this video (besides it being EPIC) it’s that I’m clearly a really supportive friend 😂 ENJOOOYYYY!!!” added Tove Lo on social media after premiering the official music video.

Tove Lo ghosts her date to take this extremely lengthy phone call to console her BFF. This is what BFFs are for!

Throughout the music video, we see Tove Lo taking a wild trip across continents while talking on the phone with her friend who is going through a breakup. Tove Lo ends up in a storm, desert, ship, field, plains, snow-capped mountains, thick forests, beach, on a sky deck, on a moving train, and in the middle of a burglary in progress. Tove Lo intervenes here and she kills the burglar, which ends up landing the singer in jail.

Inside the jail, Tove Lo pulls off a ‘Shawshank Redemption‘ movie styled prison break. This unique music video is directed by Vania Heymann and Gal Muggia, and produced by ICONOCLAST.

Watch the video below.

“Glad He’s Gone” single made a big impact when it premiered a week back. The song gained over 4 million streams on Spotify alone within the first week of release.

Let us hear what you think about this fun and creative song and music video by Tove Lo by dropping a comment below. Also, share this article with your friennds to spread the moral support.

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