Grammy Award-Winning Swedish Act HUMAN Release Post-Apocalyptic, Yet Upbeat Pop Song ROBOT

Grammy Award-winning HUMAN have released post-apocalyptic electro-pop track ‘ROBOT’, on 13th April 2018, via Universal Music Sweden.

‘ROBOT’, an upbeat electro-number with a gloomy post-apocalyptic view of society wrapped up neatly in the vibrant, joyful carefree sound of summer.

With a purposefully cheerful sound this is the third single from the ground-breaking Swedish act HUMAN – neither a person or a band, but a collective that aims to bring the masses together again through empowerment and music – the song is written by Daniel Adams-Ray, Petter Tarland, and Carl Wikström.

A full-length album from HUMAN is expected to drop in autumn 2018.

Download and stream ‘ROBOT’ here.

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