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Ottolini announces major label debut

Tuesday, June 8, 2021 – Robyn Ottolini, who scored airplay with "F-150," announced today that she will release her Warner Music Nashville debut, "The But I'm Not Always Sad Either EP" on June 25.

The four-song project flips the script on her "The But I'm Not Always Hilarious EP" and features recently released track "Tell You Everything."

"The But I'm Not Always Sad Either EP is basically a continuation of my story from last year, when I put out a bunch of breakup songs," Ottolini said of the February 2020 release. "I want to keep telling my story as authentically, honestly and in-time as possible. Even though I've written some heartbreakers, a huge part of who I am is making people laugh. I love to have a good time and not take life too seriously. This EP has got a lot of love on it – romantic love, self-love, friend-love, family-love. I'm happy to finally share that part of who I am with everybody."

Ottolini, 25, independently released her debut EP, "Classic," in February 2019.

The track list is:
1. Tell You Everything (Robyn Ottolini, Jesse Slack)
2. Hold Me Back (Robyn Ottolini, Lydia Sutherland, Jesse Slack)
3. Sincerely, Drunk Me (Robyn Ottolini)
4. Daddy's Daughter (Robyn Ottolini)

CD reviews for Robyn Ottolini

If the talented Canadian singer Robyn Ottolini makes it to the biggest stages someday, it's songwriting honesty that'll propel her there based on this four-song EP. Ottolini often writes about who we are behind the masks we wear, especially on a boozy night out. And she does it with good humor and empathy. On the best track, "Sincerely, Drunk Me", she's bolstering the spirit of a weepy girl in the ladies room. Or is she singing in the mirror? Maybe just in her own head? ...

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