"Dancing On My Own" (I knew I should've specified )
"Dancing On My Own" (I knew I should've specified )
Robyn announces new single details
Tuesday, October 12 2010, 5:44am EDT
By Nick Levine, Music Editor
Robyn has announced that her next single will be 'Indestructible'.
The original orchestral edit of the song appears on the singer's recent Body Talk Pt.2 album, but a reworked production - described in a press release as a "pulsating full-power version" - will be released as a single on November 22.
The new version of 'Indestructible' will appear on what is being billed as the "complete Body Talk album", which will combine five songs apiece from June's Body Talk Pt. 1 and September's Body Talk Pt. 2 with five brand new tracks.
Its release will follow the single on November 29.
Beforehand, Robyn kicks off a four-date UK tour at Glasgow's ABC on October 18.
<3 it! can't wait for Body Talk Pt. 3
I love the new version of Indestructible!!
Thus far this year, Swedish dance-pop queen Robyn has released two dizzy mini albums, Body Talk Pt. 1 and Pt. 2. Those were the first two parts in a trilogy, and she'll release the third, Body Talk Pt. 3, November 22 in the U.S. via Cherrytree (November 29 in the UK, November 22 in Scandinavia, November 26 in Australia, and December 3 in Germany via Konichiwa). Unlike the previous two records, Pt. 3 is a full-length album, and it includes a bunch of tracks from the previous two mini-albums.
Pt. 3 has five tracks from Pt. 1 and another five from Pt. 2-- including collabs with Snoop Dogg, Diplo, and Röyksopp, as well as the Playlisted singles "Dancing on My Own" and "Hang With Me". But it also has five new tracks, including the dance version of "Indestructible", which you can hear here.
Another new song, "Time Machine", reunites Robyn with old collaborator and Swedish pop mastermind Max Martin. Martin produced Robyn's 1997 hits "Show Me Love" and "Do You Know (What It Takes)", then went onto be partially responsible for universe-destroying hits like the Backstreet Boys' "I Want It That Way" and Kelly Clarkson's "Since U Been Gone". God only knows what these two will be capable of together in 2010.
Besides the album, Robyn's got a whole lot going on in the coming months. She'll play shows in Europe, North America, and Australia (dates below). She'll also guest on a November 1 episode of "Gossip Girl", performing "Hang With Me", which makes certain members of JUB very, very happy. Robyn will be a surprise guest at Blair Waldorf's birthday party.
Body Talk Pt. 3:
01 Dancing on My Own (Radio Version)
03 Don't Fucking Tell Me What to Do
05 Time Machine
06 Love Kills
07 Hang With Me
08 Call Your Girlfriend
09 None of Dem [ft. Röyksopp]
10 We Dance to the Beat
11 U Should Know Better [ft. Snoop Dogg]
12 Dancehall Queen
13 Get Myself Together
14 In My Eyes
15 Stars 4-Ever
10-21 Brighton, England - Concorde
10-22 London, England - O2 Shepherds Bush Empire
11-05 Miami Beach, FL - The Filmore
11-06 Orlando, FL - Club Firestone
11-07 Tampa, FL - The Ritz Ybor
11-08 Atlanta, GA - Buckhead Theatre
11-10 New York, NY - Terminal 5
11-12 Toronto, Ontario - The Sound Academy
11-13 Chicago, IL - Metro
11-14 Minneapolis, MN - Fine Line
11-17 Los Angeles, CA - Club Nokia
11-19 Vancouver, British Columbia - Venue
11-20 Portland, OR - Wonder Ballroom
11-21 Seattle, WA - Neumos
11-23 San Francisco, CA - The Warfield
11-27 Sydney, Australia - Showgrounds (Stereosonic Festival)
11-28 Perth, Australia - Claremont Showgrounds (Stereosonic Festival)
12-04 Melbourne, Australia - Showgrounds (Stereosonic Festival)
12-04 Brisbane, Australia - RNA Showgrounds (Stereosonic Festival)
03-03 London, England - The Roundhouse
I am loving this version of Indestructible:
Robyn's international ubiquity continues. The Swedish singer will perform at this year's Nobel Peace Prize Concert, which goes down December 11 at Spektrum arena in Oslo. The concert will also feature Florence and the Machine, Elvis Costello, Herbie Hancock, Colbie Callait, Sivert Höyem, and host Denzel Washington. This concert honors this year's Nobel Peace Prize winner, Chinese activist and political prisoner Liu Xiaobo.
Recently Robyn participated an episode of "Gossip Girl". On the show, Robyn showed up unexpectedly at Blair Waldorf's birthday party and performed her stripped-down acoustic version of "Hang With Me". There was also a pivotal scene set to "Dancing on My Own"...
ahhhhhhhhhhhhh Body Talk Pt 3 clips!
Body Talk pt 3 has leaked! Amazing!
I love it....have had "Time Machine" and "Stars 4-Ever" stuck in my head all day
I really love Call Your Girlfriend.
her new track Time Machine is actually produced by Max Martin who also produced her early 90s stuff
she is an amazing artist and allways good to see her perform cause she brings it every time unlike someothers
and the production
Make Part 3 amazing.
Cannot get enough.
2011 North American tour announced!
Robyn Releases New Album, Unveils Tour Dates
Robyn's third installment to her trilogy of Body Talk albums hit shelves Tuesday and with that, an announcement of her US tour.
After Tuesday's show in San Francisco, Robyn will return to North America by kicking things off in Canada, will follow the East Coast and will wrap up the tour in Houston, TX in support of Body Talk.
To celebrate her release, you can get Body Talk right now for $3.99 Right Here.
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You can also stream the entire album at NME.
26 – Toronto, ON @ Sound Academy
27 – Montreal, QC @ Metropolis
28 – Quebec City, QC @ Imperial Theatre
29 – Portland, ME @ State Theater
31 – S. Burlington, VT @ Higher Ground
01 – Baltimore, MD @ Ram’s Head Live
03 – Philadelphia, PA @ Electric Factory
04 – Boston, MA @ House of Blues
05 – New York, NY @ Radio City Music Hall
07 – Cleveland, OH @ House of Blues
08 – Columbus, OH @ The LC Pavilion
09 – Detroit, MI @ Royal Oak Music Theatre
11 – Chicago, IL @ Riviera Theatre
12 – Milwaukee, WI @ Rave Ballroom
13 – Minneapolis, MN @ First Avenue
17 – Austin, TX @ ACL Live at The Moody Theater
18 – Dallas, TX @ South Side Music Hall
19 – Houston, TX @ Warehouse Live
Wow, I just saw Robyn got nominated for a Grammy, for Best Dance Recording for "Dancing On My Own".
^Awesome! Well deserved!
Robyn - Nobel Peace Prize Concert 2010
"I'm just a pretty little thing that'll make you wanna sing"...Sugababes "Wear My Kiss"
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Thanks for the update on concerts. I was pissed her concert at The Metro was sold out in November. You made my night !!!
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Location: Riviera Theatre - IL, Chicago, IL
Date/Time: Feb 11 2011 7:00PM
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I had to purchase tickets to see my girl, Robyn. I have loved her since "Do You Know What It Takes."
I had to make it one ticket, so I can be myself there and have major fun "Dancing On My Own."
Robyn Lover Fans
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Gotta watch them scappers, now I just became one.
Robyn Lover Fans
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^^If anyone finds a new clip of that Robyn/Glee mash up. please send me a link! It was awesome. I watched like 8 times this morning before work. I understand why it was removed from YT, but damn! Thru it, I found Robyn,...whose music I had never heard of before. She is really great!
Ah I can't wait...seeing Robyn/Natalia Kills on Friday night!!! Super excited....this will be my 3rd time seeing Robyn...her All Hearts Tour with Kelis last year was definitely my #1 show of the year.
I cant wait for the Call your girlfriend video. It's her next single.
Just saw her at the House of Blues in Cleveland. AMAZING ******..and that girl can move!!
oh man the Boston show was the best I've seen her since the first time I saw her....it was just straight song after song...I don't know if she spoke one word...lol...I danced my ass off it was so great...and Natalia Kills was fantastic...Diamond Rings on the other hand...eee no thanks
Robyn Performs "Call Your Girlfriend" on Jimmy Kimmel Live
Coachella 2011: Robyn brings glitter and glow sticks -- and a dose of electropop
With the night sky providing some much-needed relief as Day 1 of Coachella came to a close Friday, the Mojave tent was aglow as a sea of hands threw around different objects: glow sticks, pulsing red LED lights, satchels of glitter that exploded in the air, and one girl, hoisted by a rather strong fellow, waving around the Swedish flag -– all while green strobes danced on the ceiling of the tent.
All of this for Electropop diva Robyn, who was ending the night as one of the top draws.
Having attracted one of the bigger crowds of the evening -- thousands of fans were stuffed into the tent -- the Swedish pop chanteuse ran through a fluid string of selections mostly taken from her acclaimed three-album series “Body Talk,” which saw a staggered release throughout 2010.
Known for sweat-inducing, club-ready electropop, Robyn didn’t have to do much legwork to keep the Mojave crowd dancing –- though by the end of her opening song, “Fembot,” she had broken a sweat, tossed off her jacket and cooed to the audience about how hot she was getting.
The singer, wearing those platform construction boots she seems to love, turned her stage and the audience into a club floor. Her command of the crowd was a testament to the loyal followers she’s built over the last years from her extensive touring schedule, which next sees her opening for Katy Perry.
Though the video screens beside the stage could have used a fine tuning (they started working by the third song, and then flickered in and out for the rest of the show), most didn’t seem to care; they preferred screaming and mimicking the frenetic dance moves Robyn was doing onstage.
Robyn - Music Special (Documentary 1/4) Subtitled CC
Fans of Swedish pop star Robyn will appreciate this hour-long documentary on the singer. If you can't see the subtitles, enlarge the screen size and click on the CC symbol.
ROBYN: 'I GET MISTAKEN FOR A LESBIAN ALL THE TIME'
It seems appropriate that when Robyn turns up for her Out photo shoot at the mammoth Palm Springs studio usually reserved for snapping souped-up hot rods, she’s smack dab in the middle of the gayest week of her life. On Thursday night the Swedish pop star performed in front of Hollywood’s crème de la queer—including some girls from RuPaul’s Drag Race, Adam Lambert, Johnny Weir, and other assorted famous queens -- at Logo’s New Now Next Awards. One night later she played a secret show to a West Hollywood club packed full of gay fans who, in between songs, took to their Twitter and Facebook accounts to post blurry photos and log giddy status updates like “I never thought I’d be so happy to have a vagina in my face!” from the front row. Tonight, she’ll stage dive into a crowd of 3,000 sweat drenched gay men dressed in little more than booty shorts and muscles when she headlines the White Party, “North America’s largest gay dance festival.” And finally, on Tuesday, she’ll swing by The Ellen DeGeneres Show for a victory lap.
The back-to-back timing of so many gay appearances may be coincidental, but her affinity with the queer community comes as no surprise considering how frequently her sexuality -- and even gender—have been called into question. “I get mistaken for a lesbian all the time -- but I guess I do have the most lesbian haircut of any of the girls in my field,” she laughs, referring to her signature blonde bowl cut. “And when I was growing up and I introduced myself to people I’d say, ‘Hi, my name is Robyn and I’m a girl,’ because in Sweden, Robyn is a boy’s name and I had such short hair. My handicrafts teacher thought I was a boy for three years. I tried to tell her I was a girl, but she’d just say, ‘My little boy wanted to be a girl when he was a kid, too.’ Finally my mom had to write her a note that said, ‘Please don’t assume that Robyn is a boy anymore because she’s a girl.’ Having that experience where I was confronted by people’s reactions to what I looked like or what I was supposed to look like made me identify with queerness. It still happens to me all the time, and a lot of the time it happens to me in America because even though what I consider butch is still very feminine in Europe, here you can shock people very easily just by looking a little queer.”
Robyn - 'Call Your Girlfriend' Official Video (HQ)
If you go to cherrytreerecords.com or arjanwrites.com you can check out Rye Rye's new single "Never Will Be Mine" feat. Robyn
She has some good music, I'm feeling it.
I love the new video. I'm seeing her for the second time tomorrow night!!
Her new video is amazing!
Ive not actually listened to her albums in full but every song ive heard of her i like.
My favourite are moment is 'Call your girlfriend'
Robyn - Call Your Girlfriend (Azari & III Remix)