Creating a specific version of the track just for the show, it’s the first signs of a new album that’s been hugely anticipated ever since the release of her last studio LP ‘Body Talk’ back in 2010. Sizzling with that electro-tinged energy that we’ve come to know Robyn for, it’s a bloody exciting look at what’s coming our way.
It comes after Robyn recently returned to the UK to support The xx at one of their ‘Night + Day’ residency nights at London’s Brixton Academy – which also lead to a joint performance of ‘Every Heartbeat’ the following night to boot. Which is just sensational in oh so many ways.
Check out that tease of ‘Honey’ cut straight from the show itself – along with Instagram posts from both Robyn and Girls’ creator Lena Dunham explaining the track
After Lena used Dancing On My Own in the first season of Girls, in the most amazing way, i was so happy she asked me if she could put another of my songs in the series. I sent her some music im working on and she picked Honey. It wasnt ready to be released, but we finished this version for her and Girls ❤. Thank you @lenadunham for making this tv-show that flips my brain like a burger like 15 times every episode, i love that feeling! And for bringing up all these emotionally complex situations in such a brilliant way, without making excuses. And thank you for asking me to make music for your work. I wouldnt want to miss out on making music for Adams movie for anything. 🙂 #girls
I’m just as obsessed with the music on Girls as anyone (wrong that I listen to our soundtrack most days in the shower?) and it was the biggest honor to have @robynkonichiwa create a version of a track from her upcoming album just for the show. We knew the last season needed some Robyn- after all, Hannah would not be Hannah without a lot of dancing on her own ❤️ Thank you Robyn, queen of space and sound! Come get your Honey baby ?