Robyn has revealed details about a selection of new remixes of her back catalogue

The singer also debuted some of those tracks last night

Robyn has revealed plans to release a nine-song series of new remixes of her “old music” titled ‘RMX/RBN’.

On Friday (May 27) the Swedish singer took to Facebook to say that she’s asked some of her favourite artists to rework tracks from her back catalogue, including her Top 10 UK single ‘Dancing On My Own’ and ‘Who Do You Love?’, which featured on Kindness‘s second album, ‘Otherness’.

Robyn then announced that she would be debuting the remixes at three live shows, starting with Boston Calling, which she performed at last night.

“I’ve asked people whose music I love to remix my old music for the coming live shows,” the singer wrote. “Boston, New York, Toronto I’m excited to share this with you.”

See the artwork and a short clip to accompany the art below:

The full list of Robyn remixes and who they’ve been reworked by is as follows:

‘Hang With Me’ by Axel Boman
‘Dancing On My Own’ by Cassius
‘Love Kills’ by Harry Romero
‘With Every Heartbeat’ by Joakim
‘Main Thing’ by Mr. Tophat
‘Indestructible’ by The Black Madonna
‘Don’t Fucking Tell Me What To Do’ by The Mekanism
‘Who Do You Love?’ by Wolfgang Voigt
‘Stars 4 Ever’ by Zhala & Heal The World

Next week Robyn will be performing at the Govenors Ball in New York (June 3) and Field Trip in Toronto (June 5), but the Swedish pop star currently has no UK dates confirmed.