Ten Love Songs

Susanne Sundfør - Ten Love Songs
Critic Score
Based on 6 reviews
2015 Ratings: #9 / 778
User Score
Based on 382 ratings
2015 Ratings: #22
Liked by 2 people
February 16, 2015 / Release Date
LP / Format
Sonnet Sound / Label
Art Pop, Synthpop / Genres
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Ten Love Songs is an enormously creative, endlessly surprising album. While Sundfør may still be seen as a bit too left-field to break into the mainstream, if you somehow miss this album you’re seriously missing out.

The Guardian

Ten Love Songs shows a command of artpop, chilly synthpop, and that simultaneously joyous and desperate disco that seems to seep out of Scandinavia in an unending flood.

The 405

The bag is mixed, and the lyrics often seem a bit familiar, but Sundfør's shadowy contributions to an often-tired genre are undoubtedly unique.


Though Sundfør’s impeccably rendered lyrics stretch their limbs to every realm of romantic possibility, there’s still something totally universal about Ten Love Songs

A must hear album, even thought it doesn't have 15 critic reviews 🙂
One of my favorite albums of this decade.
Unpopular opinion time. I didn't like this album, I can't really see what is so great about it. Susanne's vocals are fine but nothing really all that special, this album hardly feels all that unique and doesn't do enough to keep me engaged. It feels way longer than it actually is and didn't have any tracks that I feel were the kind of highlights that would bring me back to hear it again.

Best Track: Accelerate
Worst Track: Memorial
This is by far my favorite pop album of 2015. This album caught me from the first listen. The whole album is a masterpiece. Favorite tracks: Fade Away, Kamikaze, Trust Me.
Susanne Sundfor comes up with a solid work that dwelves around some italo-disco/ new-wave influenced territory in her new record. Although this album contains some dance vibes that aren't exactly new or groundbreaking, there are some interesting song structures and ideas in Ten Love Songs. The first half of the tracklisting is pretty good with some enigmatic and hipnotic tracks that collide with the dense and unpredictable centerpiece Memorial, probably the best and most polished song on the ... read more
I discovered her with the 2017 project “Music for People in Trouble”, that record enamored myself with her music, and I do not know if that was a good idea to do it without checking her previous discography. Now it is two years later and I share my thoughts. Looking at the brightside, it is a great pop record that tends to be mainstream, but it has its art pop flair which makes a distinction owing to those computerized vocals and growing melodies. Sundfør tastes her music in ... read more
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Added on: February 3, 2015