Pop newcomer Penelope Robin follows through with another gripping pop gem on “Taking Back Sunday” – her second official single, released independently via The Orchard. Starting with soft retro ’80s synths, the stellar production quickly unfolds into a feisty pop-rock concoction of whirling guitars and angsty riffs, as Penelope’s lively vocals tell an inspiring story of taking back both personal power and wasted time.
Assisted by visuals directed by legendary Colombian director Herney Luna, the “Taking Back Sunday” video also sees Brandon Figueredo (star of the hit Netflix Colombian series Eva Lasting) play Penelope’s love interest; following a lover’s argument, Penelope finds herself on a journey of discovery and leaving the past behind.
Penelope Robin made the following statement about “Taking Back Sunday”: “‘Taking Back Sunday’ is one of my favorite songs I’ve ever written. Musically it is empowering and makes you feel like dancing crazily around your room, but most importantly, it is a reminder that no matter how much someone takes from you, you can always take it back.”
Penelope Robin, also known internationally on her social media as @thepennyrobin, is a 15-year-old singer-songwriter and performer from Miami, FL. She began singing and acting at age 5 and was featured at age 8 in legendary club dance DJ Tony Moran’s video “Take it all the way.”
Penny comes from an artistic family. Her Venezuelan mother is a producer and director who has worked with artists like Little Mix, Nile Rodgers, Kathy Sledge, and Martha Wash. Her father is Grammy nominated multi-platinum producer and songwriter, C-Rod, who has worked with celebrities such as Enrique Iglesias, Lady Gaga, Paulina Rubio, Jennifer Lopez, & many more.
Penelope Robin is on radio rotation with the track “Taking Back Sunday”.