Watch Watch Robyn perform ‘Ever Again’ on late night US telly

Watch Robyn perform ‘Ever Again’ on late night US telly

This time, she took to The Late Show With Stephen Colbert to perform the ‘Honey’ cut.

Not content with having performed ‘Ever Again’ live on Ellen just a few weeks ago, Robyn’s now appeared on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert to perform the ‘Honey’ cut too.

In contrast to her previous performance - which saw her dressed in a metallic silver dress and bathed in blue light - her appearance on Colbert was a moodier affair, all red light and smouldering shadows.

The track gets taken from her latest record ‘Honey’, which doubles as her eighth studio album, and her first in eight years. In our review, we wrote: “‘Honey’ largely foregoes the desperate energy of 2010’s ‘Body Talk’ and finds its peace in a quieter, more open space.”

Her performance also comes ahead of a huge run of summer festival appearances, which include slots at Flow Festival, Rock Werchter and Wilderness Festival.

Catch-up on our October 2018 cover feature with Robyn here and watch her perform ‘Ever Again’ - again - below.

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