The episode also featured Damon Albarn-led supergroup the Good, the Bad and the Queen
Robyn delivered a powerful rendition of her Honey single “Missing U” throughout associate degree look on Later… With Jools Holland Tuesday. Robyn released Honey this month, marking her first album in eight years.
Robyn’s rendition of “Missing U” was filled with plenty of tension as she belted the song’s anguished lyrics in her golden voice while an array of synths sparkled beneath her. once much falling to her knees throughout the song’s second verse, Robyn rose once more as she sings, “Thinking, it could be/ I’ve turned all my sorrow into a glass/ It don’t leave no shadow.”
Robyn also delivered a cinematic, string-laden rendition of her beloved collaboration with Kleerup, “With Every Heartbeat.” That track appeared on the 2007 international version of the Swedish singer’s self-titled effort.
Tuesday’s episode of Later also notably featured a performance from the Damon Alban-led supergroup, the Good, the Bad and the Queen, that also options the Clash’s Paul Simonon, the Verve’s Simon Tong, and Tony Allen. The group performed their first song in eleven years, “Merrie Land,” which can be the title track off their forthcoming album, out November 16th.