Robyn reveals release date and details for new album ‘Honey’
Swedish singer, songwriter and record producer Robyn is about to come back. The Show Me Love hitmaker finally returns this fall with her long awaited follow-up ‘Honey’.
The project will be released on October 26 on Konichiwa/Interscope Records, one year after the 2017 tease of an early version of the LP’s title track on Lena Dunham’s Girls. Yes, because a song called “Honey” was used in the soundtrack of the final season of the HBO TV series.
Moreover, on 23 July, a new song entitled “Missing U” was enlisted as a single, and later taken down. Fans quickly began noticing the hints she was dropping, including a post on Twitter with the hashtag #MissingU. It was released on August 1st, and the singer presented the song on Annie Mac’s BBC Radio 1 show.
There she talked about the long silence and the process of making the upcoming album to be released before 2018’s end. Robyn also released a mini-documentary featuring the song and a tribute to her fans who were missing her and her new music for years.
The new album features contributions from Metronomy’s Joseph Mount, longtime collaborator Klas Ålund, Kindess’ Adam Bainbridge, Mr. Tophat, and Zhala.