Tove Lo Teases New Single 'Bitches' Featuring Charli XCX, Alma, Icona Pop & Elliphant

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Tove Lo performs during the Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival on June 9, 2017 in Manchester, Tenn.

Another feisty female collaboration is approaching, and this time around, Tove Lo is taking the lead. The Swedish singer turned to social media Monday (June 4) to unveil the cover art -- and the stellar lineup of features -- for her forthcoming single, "Bitches," set to drop on Thursday (June 7).

For the new release, Lo has recruited Charli XCX, Icona Pop, Elliphant and ALMA. The "Bitches" cover art includes a repeated photo of a hairless cat donning a shiny gold plate necklace reading the song's title. In true Lo fashion, the photo's risque caption cuts right to the chase, reading "let me be your guide when you eat my p---y out."

Lo has teased the sure-to-be-bop over the course of the past few days. On Friday (June 1), she tweeted a slideshow of all the featured ladies sporting the same "bitches" necklace, although their identities weren't revealed in the photos. The singers' faces were fully shown in a sitcom-esque video tweeted the following day in which they discussed trips to Las Vegas over takeout. 

It appears a visual for "Bitches" might be imminent, as well; Lo also tweeted a short tongue-out clip Sunday (June 3) from what could be a music video, although no music is heard.

"Bitches" will follow not long after Lo's third studio album, Blue Lips, released last November. See the teasers for the forthcoming track below.


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