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ROBYN SHERWELL TEASES MORE NEW MUSIC WITH ‘BARE MINIMUM’

NEW ALBUM ‘UNFOLD’ DUE ON JUNE 18TH

Today, May 5th singer and songwriter Robyn Sherwell teases more new music with ‘Bare Minimum’, taken from her upcoming new album ‘Unfold’ due on June 18th.

Stream ‘Bare Minimum’ here –Pre-order ‘Unfold’ here

Alongside the studio track, Robyn shares the video of the official live version of the single  Watch ‘Bare Minimum’ Live Video here The live video performance shows Robyn’s confident presence and commanding vocals, adding a dynamic stage dimension to the more  intimate studio version.

Co-written with Robyn’s friend and fellow female artist Litening, the song’s mid-tempo, Massive Attack-style drums loop, depict the monotony of a relationship that seems to have lost its way, whilst the lyrics implore for ‘something more than this, bare minimum‘. Talking about the meaning behind the song, Robyn says; ‘it’s a song that embodies a craving for something more than the bare minimum in a relationship that seems to have lost its way.

Robyn Sherwell is a name that has been on the lips of tastemakers since her debut single ‘Love Somebody’ became a firm favourite of Lauren Laverne’s on BBC Radio 6 and signalled the arrival of a new heart-on-sleeve female singer-songwriter. Follow up single ‘Islander’, a dedication to her childhood home of Guernsey, quickly secured support from Huw Stephens and BBC Introducing, catapulting Sherwell onto the latter’s stage at Glastonbury in June 2015. That same summer, her cover of Fleetwood Mac’s ‘Landslide’ was chosen as the soundtrack to the trailer for the film ‘Suffragette’. This led to Lauren Laverne making the track her 6Music Recommends Track Of The Week, and Jo Whiley playing it twice in one show on her BBC Radio 2 show. In 2021, the emotive power of her rendition is still turning heads: having caught the attention of Airbnb, the song was placed within the film for their latest major global advertising campaign. While her original songs ‘Low’ and ‘Love Somebody’ have been featured on the soundtrack of popular TV shows including Good Trouble and Oprah Winfrey’s Queen Sugar.

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