Robin and the Goblins
Berlin based Baroque Pop artist Robin and the Goblins blends medieval imagery, lush floral strings and 80s fantasy movie synthpop. Drawing
from their own experiences with anxiety and feelings of alienation, the Spanish non-binary songwriter explores heavy themes with a contrastingly
candid approach. You can get a taste of their intricate lyricism in their latest track ‘Cyclone Season‘.
can be more honest about my own experiences, which I find REALLY hard to do. That’s why I need to write. You don’t need to look for reasons to
write when you’ve 2.5 decades of repressed emotions!
feel like they discovered something about themselves. I really, really want to make people cry.
I’d say success for me is letting go of your complexes, or at least understanding and making peace with those winged demons. I feel like
music is the way I can do that.
religions have been playing with people’s minds for centuries.
Putting out my first song ‘Choirboys‘ felt like that, so when people started messaging me about how they could relate, it made me feel less alone.
basically me screaming for 3 minutes. I recorded it a cappella on tape and sent it to all the major labels in Spain when I was 13. I can’t
believe I was that determined.