Changed My Mind

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  • "Changed My Mind" finds Tove Stryke crooning about that should-I-or-shouldn't-I sensation of still being attracted to a former lover.

    "It's like, you decided with your head that 'this person is a bad idea' but whenever you bump into them or hang out that's just not what happens," she explained. "You try and be friends with them and act normal, but you can't help but slide back to whatever it was that you had... You don't want there to be a vibe, but there is vibe."

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