Rising pop star, the New Zealand-born Robinson, has released her new single ‘Don’t Say’, out now via Ministry of Sound Recordings. ‘Don’t Say’ is the first track from her forthcoming EP ‘Watching You’, also announced today. The dreamy pop track is a heartfelt reflection on letting go of someone you once loved.
The song was written by Robinson together with Fred Gibson in London and was produced by Sam De Jong. Of the themes behind the song’s lyric, Robinson says:
“It’s about a love that was once so strong and so bright and overtime the flame burns out – but the familiarity of that love still remains”.
Robinson also announces her headline set at London’s Queen of Hoxton, which takes place 20th November. The show comes after her debut performances at SXSW and The Great Escape festivals earlier this year. She is set to join Little Mix on tour this December as the support act on the Australian leg of their LM5 tour.
In 2018 Robinson’s debut single ‘Nothing to Regret’ was certified platinum in her home country of New Zealand and double platinum in Australia, and has over 80 million streams on Spotify alone. She also received two nominations at the New Zealand Vodafone Music Awards for Breakthrough Artist of the Year and Single of the Year. She also was revealed as one of Vevo DSCVR’s Ones to Watch 2019 as well as one of YouTube’s Artists to Watch 2019.