Music, Pop
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Time Out says

It's been eight years since Robyn's last solo album, Body Talk, introduced tracks like "Dancing on My Own" and "Call Your Girlfriend" to club soundsystems and late-night playlists across the globe. The Swedish pop superstar's follow-up, Honey, is a sweet concoction of catchy electronica and heartfelt refrains that place Robyn's voice and emotions at the forefront. Expect some fresh permutations of her latest songs when Robyn shows up in Chicago and, rest assured, even if you're riding solo, you won't be dancing on your own.


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