Pop royalty Alma and Tove Lo have teamed up once more to bring us their new track, ‘Worst Behaviour’. The pair are an iconic duo who have previously worked together on Tove Lo’s tracks ‘Bitches’ and ‘Bad as the Boys’. This time it’s Alma’s turn to treat us to their joint work.
Speaking of the track, Alma explains ‘Worst Behaviour’ is about the turbulent times we face as a society and her frustration at the people in power and those who try to control her.
Taking inspiration from other genres, it is increasingly common for political and social issues to be discussed in pop music. Although, Alma suggests the message of this track is more forceful than other pop songs. Rather than being held back by traditional pop constraints, ‘Worst Behaviour’ intends to directly call out world leaders and individuals that try to control her life.
“Worst Behaviour” starts as a darker and more dramatic track than the Finnish singer’s previous singles ‘Chasing Highs’ and ‘Dye My Hair’. Despite its dark undertones, the song develops into a danceable pop song and retains its credibility and gritty mood.
In a bold double release, Alma also debuted ‘Have U Seen Her (Part 1)’— another electropop banger that cements Alma’s position as a forward-thinking gamer changer in the pop industry.
Aside from her own releases, Alma has recently gained international acclaim for her songwriting credits on the hit song ‘Don’t Call Me Angel’. The singer will also support Christina Aguilera on her UK and Ireland tour, which begins in Dublin on November 5th.