Lykke Li will release EYEYE (pronounced EYE) on May 20, an immersive audiovisual album. Lykke’s most intimate project to date, EYEYE reunites her with longtime collaborator Björn Yttling, their first time working together since 2014’s acclaimed I NEVER LEARN. Recorded from her bedroom in Los Angeles and mixed by Shawn Everett, EYEYE is Lykke’s attempt to compress a lifetime of romantic obsession and female fantasy into a hyper sensory landscape. The album is accompanied by seven visual loops: together, the music and visuals reveal a grander narrative, a story about the eternally returning cycles of love, addiction, relapse and obsession (the album’s title and running time are palindromic). EYEYE is not a return to form. It is Lykke’s final confrontation with the form that has defined her career. It’s a breakup with the breakup album, and the singer’s magnum opus.