Multi-platinum pop star Zara Larsson today releases ‘Look What You’ve Done’, taken from her forthcoming album ‘Poster Girl’ out 5th March. The track premiered on Zane Lowe’s New Music Daily show via Apple Music and was produced by Steve Mac (Ed Sheeran, James Blunt, Demi Lovato). Zara Larsson is also set to perform a one-off global online concert on International Women’s Day (March 8th), with the live-stream airing exclusively on Zara’s Youtube, presented by Live Nation and in a unique setting courtesy of iconic Swedish business Ikea (subscribe now).
‘Look What You’ve Done’ is a huge, dance floor anthem; channelling disco vibes and encouraging self-love. As Zara explains:“I love this song so much. I wanted to write about heartbreak, but in a way that was also empowering and positive. In my world being vulnerable is being strong, but on this one I’m saying ‘just LOOK at what you’ve done – I’m shining! You look like a piece of shit! It was important for me to have a song like this on ‘Poster Girl.’, says Zara.
No mere ‘Poster Girl’, Zara Larsson is that new kind of pop star. At just 23 years old, the Stockholm-based sensation has already been nominated for 4 BRIT Awards, racked up over 6 million followers on Instagram, and showcased her sixth sense for hit melodies with a series of chart anthems (‘Lush Life’, ‘Never Forget You’, ‘I Would Like’, ‘Symphony’ and ‘Ruin My Life’ to name but a few). Her first international album, ‘So Good’, became the second most-streamed debut by a female artist ever on Spotify. Its followup, ‘Poster Girl’, marks without a doubt her arrival at Pop’s Top Table. Mixing some of the musical loves of her life (the dancefloor melodrama of local heroes Abba, the empowered R&B of early Rihanna) with themes of female empowerment, fame, and finding yourself, Zara has worked on the record alongside a formidable list of collaborators: from Young Thug (on new single ‘Talk About Love’) and Max Martin to Julia Michaels and Justin Tranter (Selena Gomez, Dua Lipa, Justin Beiber), Steve Mac (Ed Sheeran, Years & Years) and Camille Purcell (Little Mix, Mabel).
Escapist, uplifting and deeply personal, Zara Larsson’s second international album captures a fearless young woman simply born to do it. A past, present and future ‘Poster Girl’.