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Personal loss derailed Robyn’s creative spirit. Now the Swedish pop star is back with her first album in eight years, the sweet and tender Honey. She chats with EW about her long absence from the spotlight.

How are you feeling now that Honey is unleashed?

It feels really good and exciting.... I’ve enjoyed this period of being a little bit more anonymous in my bubble. That doesn’t mean I’m not going to enjoy touring and seeing my fans, but it’s a different type of environment.

You experienced a breakup, and the death of producer and frequent collaborator Christian Falk. How

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