"She has a commanding voice and invites you into her world as she marries folk-like conversational lyrics and existential concepts with a soulful undertone" - Atwood Magazine
Robyn Froese, or "Vancouer's Janis Joplin," is an emerging female musician raised in Saskatoon but is currently based in Vancouver. This up-and-coming folk Canadian artist brings a unique and powerful take to sad girl music. Think - Joni Mitchell meets Amy Winehouse. She is a multi-instrumentalist who has played in various bands but, most recently, is giving time to her solo project. Robyn Froese comes alive while performing, inviting you to stop and listen with her commanding voice and bringing you into her world as she marries folk-like conversational lyrics and existential concepts with a soulful undertone. Robyn Froese is passionate about connecting with her audience and creating music that doesn’t shy away from open dialogue on topics like world issues, addiction, and mental health. Most recently writing about her experiences living and working in the Downtown Eastside of Vancouver. Robyn Froese came into 2023 strong with the release of her debut EP, “Wasp Woman and the Haunting of Heatley,” and has since released a successful single and completed a western Canadian tour!
"Wasp Woman and the Haunting of Heatley (EP 2023) is a powerful, evocative work of art, and as its conclusion, “Again” is a cathartic, seismic, and soul-stirring call to action. Radiant and resounding, this song truly is the spark in the dark" (Atwood Magazine)
"The debut EP “Wasp Woman and the Haunting of Heatley” is stunning and unusual. Attracting notice from beyond her reach. Robyn hopes that her music can foster intelligent discussions regarding mental health, addiction, and societal issues. Lovers of alternative music and social justice will not want to miss this EP" (Illustrate Magazine)
"This conceptual album is a powerful statement from a rising talent in the indie music scene" (El News)
"Robyn Froese is a Canadian singer-songwriter and artist. Using music as a vehicle of autobiography, the artist takes on a soul-folk persona as she journeys through the pockets of her mind. Her discography is speckled with her eccentric interpretations and unique worldviews" (Good Music Radar)