Maisie Williams teams up with Tove Lo on new creative project

Actor Maisie Williams speaks onstage during TechCrunch Disrupt San Francisco 2019 at Moscone Convention Center on October 03, 2019 in San Francisco, California. (Photo by Steve Jennings/Getty Images for TechCrunch)

Game of Thrones may be done, but Maisie Williams is still keeping super busy. The actress and young internet entrepreneur has just announced she’s teaming up with singer Tove Lo to work on an exciting new venture – and she wants everyone else to get involved too.

Williams – who co-founded the Daisie app with film producer Dom Santry – took to her brand’s Instagram today with the Swedish pop star to announce their innovative collaboration.

After the pair had introduced themselves to camera, Williams explained their plan. “This is your opportunity to work on a real brief and bring your ideas to life – and more importantly get paid.”

Both women were clear that they were searching out creativity, declaring that the the idea could be “anything – an art piece, photography, music video, poem.” The only condition was that the concept was inspired by Lo’s new album Sunshine Kitty.

The album, which Daisie described as a “bittersweet combination of happy and sad” has been well-received critically and called “glittering, expertly crafted pop and bold new sounds” by NME.

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All those who were interested in learning more about the project were advised to head to the Daisie website to check out the full brief.

Williams set up Daisie in 2018 as a “playground for creative collaboration”. The social media platform is designed “to bring creators together and support them to do amazing work.”

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The actress became famous by playing Arya Stark in the now iconic Game of Thrones. She has also had a recurring role on Doctor Who and is next to star in The New Mutants, which is adapted from a Marvel comic.

Tove Lo, while an accomplished singer songwriter in her own right, has also penned tunes for the likes of Ellie Goulding and Lorde.