Robyn releases title monitor to forthcoming album, 'Honey' – EDM All Day

Robyn releases title monitor to forthcoming album, 'Honey' – EDM All Day

When the final episode of HBO’s Girls aired in April 2017, it marked the tip of an period for tv, however was the …

When the final episode of HBO’s Girls aired in April 2017, it marked the tip of an period for tv, however was the official begin of a brand new journey for Robyn. The Swedish pop artist, who had not launched new music since 2010 and had featured her seminal “Dancing On My Own” in an early episode, soundtracked the present’s closing credit with music that was unnamed, however recognizably hers. After confirming on social media the monitor’s title as “Honey,” followers patiently awaited extra info on her long-awaited new music’s official launch.

But the viral fervor died down as no extra info on “Honey” surfaced. Nearly 18 months later, Robyn lastly introduced the approaching arrival of recent music with the discharge of “MISSING U,” later revealing the album’s title might be for the track that began the brand new journey, Honey. After lately revealing the discharge’s full monitor record and album artwork, “Honey” has made its last debut. In talking with The New York Times, she defined the rationale for being for the ultimate model of the monitor saying, “It’s not produced or written as a traditional pop track. It is completely based mostly on this concept of membership music. When you’re listening to membership music, there’s no reward. The reward isn’t, ‘Oh, right here’s the refrain, right here’s the lyric that is smart.’ You must get pleasure from what it’s. You must get pleasure from that there’s no conclusion.”

Today the monitor obtained an official first play from a seeming accomplice alongside the highway to Honey, Annie Mac. As promised, it’s a dreamy, organically flowing piece of pop music that conveys an uneasy seductiveness that solely Robyn can ship.