Robinson releases new single Medicine
Rising Kiwi singer-songwriter Robinson has released her new single ‘Medicine’ today. Following her massive global hit ‘Nothing To Regret’, ‘Medicine’ is a more down-tempo track and like all of Robinson’s previous tracks has sublime melodies, smart lyrics and an addictive chorus that quickly becomes an earworm.
The song was written in the London with her close friends Max McElligott, Matthew Holmes and Philip Leigh and is, says Robinson, “about not realising the weight of your actions and words until it happens to you. It’s about having a taste of your own medicine.” Robinson told Women In Pop the song came together very quickly at the end of her writing trip. “You always get the best songs when you’ve reached the end,” she says. “We started on the piano with different production ideas and then the song just kind of happened. It was one of those things when a song is really working and happens quite quickly.” The song veers between quieter verses and a louder chorus and Robinson admits the lyrical content is quite dark. “It goes back to my roots of really dark verses,” she explains. “I kind of love a good old dark story. But I think the chorus will hopefully surprise listeners, it’s anthemic I think. So I’m excited to share it."
Robinson reveals a video for ‘Medicine’ is in the works and teases “I’m acting in it. ‘Nothing To Regret’ was obviously performance based, but this one has got a story line and I’m in it.
More Robinson is coming to Women In Pop soon – stay tuned!