(meaning "to love"
in Swedish, a reflection of Nina's half-Swedish heritage) shimmers with both tender, intimate ballads and huge escapist '80s-tinged bangers that beg for the dancefloor.
"Making this album was a completely different experience to anything I've made before, although a lot of the music was created remotely, I feel that I've processed so much and learnt a lot about the relationships in my life during the last few years.
"I wanted to capture all types of love in their raw forms, whether it be romantic, heartbreak, friendship, coming of age, familial or self love."
New single Pressure Makes Diamonds
is one of the album's brightest moments, all refined alt-pop sparkle and alluring effervescent melodies which are capped by Nina's quick-flowing freestyle vocal
"I wrote 'Pressure Makes Diamonds' about trying to navigate my way through the societal pressures I started to feel as a woman in my mid-twenties."
Nina plays a host of stereotypical female characters which are all common in fiction, but which are closer to one-dimensional clichés than they are to real people.
By playing such a range of characters, she shows that everyone is infinitely more nuanced than such limited tropes suggest.