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Watch Robyn party with fans in behind-the-scenes ‘Honey’ video

Some travelled from far and wide to star in the clip

Robyn has shared behind-the-scenes footage from the shoot of her new ‘Honey’ video. Check out the clip below.

The Swedish pop star, who released her eighth album ‘Honey’ in October, shared the club-inspired visuals for the title track last week. Directed by Max Vitali, the video sees Robyn party with fans in a hazy London church.

With the singer posting a casting call for the video’s shoot on Twitter, the new clip opens with fans speaking about landing a role and their experiences on set. One says that he had travelled from Austrailia to take part.

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“I grew up in a very small rural island in Canada,” another fan adds. “Robyn was like definitely one of my first findings on my journey to becoming what I am now.”

Elsewhere, Robyn says: “It’s 8 o’clock in the morning – I’ve been dancing all night.”

Last week saw the pop star perform ‘Honey’ in Radio 1’s Live Lounge, where she also covered Wham!’s classic festive hit, ‘Last Christmas’.

Meanwhile, Robyn is set to return to the UK with two huge London shows next year. She will perform at the capital’s Alexandra Palace on April 12/13. The ‘Dancing On My Own’ artist’s European tour kicks off in Norway on February 5, before resuming in April. Find any remaining tickets here and see the full schedule below.

Robyn’s 2019 tour dates are as follows:

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February 2019

06 – Bergen USF Rokeriet, Norway
08 – Malmo Live Kongressen, Sweden
April 2019
05 – Cologne Palladium, Germany
06 – Berlin UFO Velodrome, Germany
10 – Amsterdam Melkweg, The Netherlands
12 – London Alexandra Palace, UK
13 – London Alexandra Palace, UK

In August, Robyn made her live return with a short-but-sweet comeback gig in Ibiza.
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