THIS IS. ICONA POP, the highly anticipated debut album from the Swedish pop sensations, is set for release on 28 October via Atlantic Records/Record Company Ten. The album features the duo’s hit No. 1 single ‘I Love It’ featuring Charli XCX, along with many new tracks destined to dictate your playlists upon first listen.
The second single to be taken from the album will be ‘All Night’ which is set for release on 13 October.
Having sold over half a million copies since its release last month, I Love It has dominated the UK charts, radio and TV and in its first week of release sold over 124,000 copies, knocking Robin Thicke off the No. 1 spot. This past year has been a whirlwind for Caroline Hjelt and Aino Jawo and now they’re about to embark on their first headline US tour which will see them tour the country for two months before hitting the UK to support Katy Perry at the iTunes Festival on 30 September and then back again on the 9 October for a very special one-off show at London’s XOYO to celebrate the release of their debut album.
As Icona Pop gear up for their debut album release, ‘THIS IS…ICONA POP” on September 24th, and continue to tour North America this summer, the duo reveal a new collaboration titled ‘My Party’ featuring one of their favorite New York rapper/performers Zebra Katz, recorded after meeting during SXSW in Austin, TX earlier this year.
Today, the track listing was also revealed for “THIS IS…Icona Pop”— their debut LP coming via Artist Company TEN / Big Beat / Atlantic, will feature well known hits including ‘I Love It (featuring Charli XCX)’, their current single ‘All Night’, ‘Girlfriend’, ‘We Got The World’ as well as 6 previously unheard tracks ‘In The Stars’, ‘On A Roll’, ‘Just Another Night’, ‘Hold On’, ‘Light Me Up’, and ‘Then We Kiss’.
In other news, Aino Jawo and Caroline Hjelt continue to make U.S. chart history with their smash single ‘I Love It featuring Charli XCX’. The track, has now been officially RIAA Certified Double Platinum, selling more than 2 million copies in the United States alone, and recently knocked Robin Thicke off of the #1 position in the UK Charts.
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