Tove Lo’s “Glad He’s Gone” Receiving Pop Radio Airplay In Seattle

The song will officially impact the format later this month.

Tove Lo - Glad He's Gone | Island/Republic

Tove Lo’s “Glad He’s Gone” will not formally go for US pop radio adds until later this June, but one station is unwilling to wait for that official impact date.

According to Mediabase, MOViN 92.5 has already begun playing the song.

The Seattle-based station is credited with 5 spins for the seven-day period ending June 4. MOViN 92.5 also officially added the song to its playlist in conjunction with yesterday’s add board.

Released late last week, “Glad He’s Gone” is the lead single from Tove Lo’s forthcoming studio album “Sunshine Kitty.”

Should it chart at radio, it would become the artist’s first Top 40 pop entry since 2016’s “Cool Girl.”

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