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Watch Robyn’s New Video For ‘Ever Again’ From ‘Honey’

The new clip follows recent visuals for ‘Between The Lines’ and ‘Send To Robin Immediately’.

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Robyn Ever Again Video

Robyn has released a sensual new video for ‘Ever Again’, the closing track from her latest studio album, Honey. The clip was directed by Colin Solal Cardo, while the choreography was by Maria ‘Decida’ Wahlberg. You can check it out below.

In the ‘Ever Again’ visual, the Swedish pop star stands alone in “a dreamy place, somewhere undefined, somewhere in my unconsciousness”, she explained in a statement. Standing alone at a microphone, surrounded by fragmented marble statues that evoke Greek mythology, she sings as she slowly strips off her silk blouse – a custom Louis Vuitton creation, Vogue reports.

‘Ever Again’ is the latest video to come from Honey, which Robyn released last year. It follows recent visuals for ‘Between The Lines’ and ‘Send To Robin Immediately’. The Max Vitali-directed video for the latter track shifted the spotlight away from the singer and focuses on a group of diverse youth, decked out in her new gender-neutral clothing line with Björn Borg called RBN.

“RBN reflects my love for street style and how it’s signalled in youth culture,” Robyn says of the collection. “It is inspired by my favourite garments throughout the years. I thought it would be cool to make gear that I can wear both to go out running and clubbing in.”

Honey has attracted widespread acclaim. “From an artist who conjures up so many lofty titles – pop genius being one of them – this is a record that takes an altogether different tack to cut through to the raw, complex tangle of emotion”, NME said of the album, which was the Swedish star’s first album in eight years.

“With Honey, the Swedish star returns to a landscape she’s quietly shaped for over 20 years,” wrote the New York Times.

Robyn is currently on tour in Europe, after which she will perform the following North American dates:

17 July: Philadelphia, PA @ The Mann Center
19 July: Brooklyn, NY @ Barclays Center
21 July: Chicago, IL @ Pitchfork Music Festival
25 July: San Francisco, CA @ Bill Graham Civic Auditorium
27 July: Inglewood, CA @ The Forum.

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