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Robyn shares Yaeji remix of Beach 2k20

Honey out now on Pod / Inertia Music

Robyn has tapped rising house superstar Yaeji for a remix of ‘Beach 2k20’, taken from 2018’s critically acclaimed album Honey

Of the song Yaeji comments “Beach2k20” was an instant summer jam for me. The left field arrangement and dancefloor motifs mixed with Robyn’s relaxed vocals transport me to a beach somewhere I’ve never been. My remix tries to keep those elements that make this song so special, with updated percussion, synths, and a call-and-response portion from Robyn and I so that you can bring the track to a dancefloor (and have a good time).

LISTEN TO ‘BEACH 2K20 (YAEJI REMIX)’

Robyn has played festivals across Europe and the US this summer, including headline slots at Wilderness and Pitchfork Music Festival in Chicago. These performances follow her sold out European and US tours, including critically acclaimed shows at London’s Alexandra Palace and New York’s Madison Square Garden, and her first festival performance of the year at Primavera Sound in Barcelona.

Honey was one of the most well received albums of 2018, named #2 in the best albums of the year by The Guardian and Dazed, and in the top 10 by Pitchfork, Q, Clash, Refinery29 and Noisey. In 2019, Robyn has toured the US to critical acclaim, performed on Ellen and The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, and released her exclusive capsule collection RBN in collaboration with Björn Borg.

Across five studio albums and a career spanning twenty-three years, she’s accumulated four UK top ten singles, five GRAMMY nominations, hundreds of millions of streams, and created some of the most memorable songs of the past two decades, including ‘Dancing On My Own‘, ‘Call Your Girlfriend‘, ‘Hang With Me‘ and the #1With Every Heartbeat‘.

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