|Single by Elin Lanto|
|from the album Love Made Me Do It|
|Released||19 April 2010|
|Songwriter(s)||Per Aldeheim, Mårten Tromm|
|Elin Lanto singles chronology|
"Tickles" is the tenth single by Swedish singer Elin Lanto from her second studio album Love Made Me Do It . The song is a further example of how Lanto has changed her musical style since her debut album One.
The music video for "Tickles" has seen completion and was directed by the same director behind Lanto's "Love Made Me Stupid" video. The video was released during the week beginning 26 April 2010.
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Love Made Me Do It is the second studio album by Swedish singer Elin Lanto. The album was released as a digital download 3 May 2010, followed by a physical release on 5 May 2010. The album demonstrates Lanto's move from her previous pop work, most notably from her debut album One which was released in 2005, to rock-influenced synthpop. The album contains four Swedish Top 40 hits on the Swedish Singles Chart. The album, however, failed to enter the Swedish Albums Chart, while Lanto's debut album One peaked at number 25 on the chart.
"Love Made Me Stupid" is a dance/pop song by Swedish singer Elin Lanto and is the lead single from her second album "Love Made Me Do It". The song features the introduction of a synth/rock movement in Lanto's music and this song in particular is noted for its dark tones.
Love Made Me Do It may refer to: