Robyn's first album in eight years, 'Honey’, now has a tracklist
After a protracted Eight-year wait, Swedish pop icon, Robyn, is lastly releasing a brand new album 'Honey' subsequent month. Last evening, she tweeted its tracklist.
A highly-anticipated follow-up to 2010’s killer 'Body Talk', 'Honey’s' inner-workings have already been teased to followers, with the discharge of single 'Missing U,' again in August. The shiny tune seems on the brand new tracklist.
The new document, which is due for launch October 26 on Konichiwa/Interscope Records, options the likes of cosmic pop’s Zhala, Metronomy frontman Joseph Mount and Adam Bainbridge.
She stated on Twitter: "This is the monitor record for the album. I've had it prepared for months, so unusual the way it got here collectively even earlier than the songs have been completed."
Though missing in a full album launch since 2010, Robyn’s been round. Since Body Talk, the Swedish pop muse has launched numerous singles, and an EP again in 2014 - 'Do It Again'. Despite this, it’s truthful to say that followers are actually prepared for extra.
Human Being (feat. Zhala)
Because It’s In The Music
Baby Forgive Me
Send To Robin Immediately
Between The Lines