Watch Preview Robyn’s new single ‘Missing U’

Preview Robyn’s new single ‘Missing U’

The track - officially out this Wednesday (1st August) - features in a new mini-documentary about a Robyn-themed club night.

Robyn has been teasing her comeback and new single ‘Missing U’ recently. The comeback has now been confirmed, with ‘Missing U’ officially out on Wednesday (1st August).

The track can be previewed in a new documentary, ‘Missing U - A Message To My Fans’, concerning the Brooklyn-based, Robyn-themed clubnight This Party Is Killing You.

Among footage of fans professing their love for the singer, and Robyn herself reacting to the messages and discussing her upcoming new album, ‘Missing U’ is heavily previewed, and sounds like as punchy a lovelorn banger as we’ve come to expect from the singer.

The upcoming album will be the singer’s first in 8 years, following 2010’s ‘Body Talk’.

Back in May, Robyn said the album would be released “sometime this year, honey” to a fan. ”It’s not finished yet but it’s almost there,” she added.

Preview ‘Missing U’ in the new mini-doc while you wait.

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