After eight long, long, years, the wait for new Robyn music might finally be over (almost).
The best part of a decade after her Body Talk album trilogy spawned modern pop classics like 'Dancing On My Own' and 'Call Your Girlfriend', the Swedish songstress is reportedly set to release a brand new solo single next week.
Eagled-eyed fans noticed that a Robyn song entitled 'Missing U' was added to a music download site on Tuesday (July 24) before being swiftly deleted, Idolator reports.
As rumoured single artwork began doing the rounds on the internet, fans also noticed that Robyn had also used the words 'Missing U' in a tweet promoting an upcoming show in Ibiza. Hmm.
New Robyn single on August 1st.— scandipop (@scandipop) July 24, 2018
PLEASE - for the love of all that is sacred - don’t be shit. pic.twitter.com/hUR1P5VLEr
Missing U Ibiza. Pretty excited to be back with friends on the 2nd of august at the legendary Pikes Hotel. Book your flights! Flyer by the talented @SSION Link to rsvp in bio! pic.twitter.com/7FjJBXBlee— Robyn (@robynkonichiwa) July 23, 2018
The singer, who previously confirmed that her new album would be released "sometime this year", has released several collaborations over the last few years, including 'Love Is Free' with La Bagatelle Magique and 'Do it Again' with Röyksopp.
A new, apparently unfinished track, 'Honey' also featured in the final season of HBO's Girls, but should the reports turn out to be true, 'Missing U' will mark Robin Miriam Carlsson's first solo assauly on the charts since 2010. Fingers crossed.
While you wait to get your next Robyn fix, check out our countdown of the Swedish songstress's 10 greatest singles here.