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Last year, Tove Lo shut down gender stereotypes regarding sexual pleasure with the release of her third album BLUE LIPS (lady wood phase II). Today, she returns to the spotlight with a re-work of the track "bitches" featuring pop powerhouses Charli XCX, ALMA, Icona Pop and Elliphant.

The official music video is a dazzling production directed by Lucia Aniello that stars Broad City's Paul Downs (a.k.a. Trey the Trainer). The pop posse plays a team of therapists that are tasked with reviving his stale relationship, as wise women often do. If the experience of couples therapy was remotely close to being this entertaining, more people would probably sign up.

In a press release, ALMA stated that this was "easily the most fun I’ve ever had on a shoot” and Icona Pop described the vibe as "Spice Girls 2018 on set" with a crew of "boss ladies." Charli also echoed these sentiments and expressed her excitement as a frequent collaborator with all of the artists.

"I’ve collaborated with everyone on this track for a long time whether it be doing shows together, writing or featuring so it felt like, super fun and easy," she said. "This is the best gang.”

Tove Lo is set to headline Pride in L.A. and New York this month. Pre-game for the party and watch the fun visual above.

In related news, Selena Gomez has been accused of ripping off Sarah Bahbah for her “Back to You” video. Get all the details here.

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