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"Habits (Stay High)" is a song recorded by Swedish singer Tove Lo from her debut extended play (EP), Truth Serum, and her debut studio album, Queen of the Clouds (2014). It was written by Lo with Ludvig Söderberg and Jakob Jerlström, while it was produced by the latter two under the production name the Struts. Initially, the singer self-released the song under the title "Habits" on 15 March 2013 as her second independently released single. After Lo was signed to Universal Music, the track was re-released on 6 December 2013 under the title of "Habits (Stay High)" as both the second single from Truth Serum and the lead single from Queen of the Clouds. Musically, it is a pop and electropop song which features a minimal and upbeat electronic instrumentation. Its lyrics delve into the singer's attempts to forget her previous boyfriend through substance abuse, drinking and other hedonistic practices. Consequently, some critics and Lo herself noted a contrast between the song's production and its lyrical content.

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On the Pop Songs chart, it debuted at number 40.[66] "Habits (Stay High)" topped the chart on the issue dated 15 November 2014,[67] becoming the seventh song by a debut artist to reach the number one spot in 2014.[68] It remained on the top of it the following week.[69] On the Rock Songs chart, "Habits (Stay High)" debuted at number nine on the issue dated 14 June 2014.[70] In its twelfth week, it climbed to number one,[71] becoming the third song by a woman or female-led act to top the chart, after Lorde's "Royals" (2013) and Paramore's "Ain't It Fun" (2014).[72] The recording topped the chart for six consecutive weeks.[73] As of January 2016, it had sold 2.6 million copies in the United States and was certified five-times Platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA).[74][75] In Canada, "Habits (Stay High)" debuted at number 86 on the Canadian Hot 100 for the issue dated 5 July 2014.[76] It eventually peaked at number three,[77] and was certified double-platinum by Music Canada, which denotes 160,000 downloads.[78] It was the second-most-streamed song of the second half of 2014 in the country, with 1.3 million streams in that period.[79] In Mexico, the song peaked at number ten on the Mexico Airplay chart and spent 16 weeks on it.[80] The single found more success on the Mexico Inglés Airplay chart, where it reached number three and spent thirty-two weeks.[81]

Initially, a shortened version of the remix was featured on Stay High,[200] a two-minutes short film directed by Aris Jerome and starring model Chanelle Elise, posted on Jerome's Vimeo and YouTube accounts on 11 April 2013.[209][210] On 18 September 2013, Hippie Sabotage posted the remix's official version on their SoundCloud account and released it as a free digital download.[200][211] However, it was later removed.[212]The singer and the duo never met; Lo first listened to "Stay High" when a friend of hers showed her a surf video with the remix on it. She eventually found Hippie Sabotage's Twitter account and asked them to send her the track via email. After that, both the duo and the singer agreed to feature it on Truth Serum.[118][206][213] Lo stated that "Stay High" wasn't planned to be released as a single until radio programmers in the United Kingdom started to feature it on their playlists.[118] It was finally released on 25 February 2014 as a digital download through Universal Music and Island.[201][204] On 24 March 2014, it was sent to British BBC Radio 1.[214]

In January 2014, American DJ duo The Chainsmokers remixed "Habits (Stay High)" and released it as a free digital download. Idolator's Sam Lansky felt that the producers transformed "the melodic original into something glitchy, twitchy and dark".[278] On 17 June, a radio edit as well as an extended version of their remix were distributed on the iTunes Store.[279][280] On 17 June, a remix version by Swedish DJ Oliver Nelson was released on the iTunes Store,[281] and was later included on the re-issue of Truth Serum.[282] On 9 December 2014, a remix version by American DJ duo FIXYN was made available for consumption through the same platform.[283] 041b061a72


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