Album: Do It Again (2014)


  • According to the press release, this House track features a duet between Robyn and an "aroused robot."
  • The industrial-style music video is a collaboration with H&M and was directed by Swedish design team Sandberg & Timonen. "Just the fact that I'm wearing a dress is quite scary," Robyn said of the clip. "I usually don't."
  • On the face of it this appears to be an exploration of one of Robyn's favorite themes: the duality between humans and robots ("Fembot," "The Girl and the Robot"). However the singer admitted to NME the song is really about, "as a woman, teaching a guy how to evolve in a relationship."


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