On top of the world after tendering her resignation as the lead singer for all-Aussie girlgroup ‘Girlfriend’ in 1994, Robyn Loau went on to release two smashing singles, ‘Sick With Love’ and ‘Love Addiction’, the former becoming a moderate #21 hit. Both singles were lifted from her completed debut album ‘Malaria’ which was serviced to media at the time to rave reviews, but never released. Robyn then disappeared from our collective pOp radars, taking time out to start a family. But thankfully Robyn’s not been musically idle since 1994 – just last year her single ‘She Devil’ made it’s presence felt in the ARIA Physical Singles top 20 in both New South Wales and Victoria on community radio play alone. Earlier this year, her cover version of The Korgi’s ‘Everybody’s Gotta Learn Sometime’ was used as the theme song for Network 10’s “The Biggest Loser” and more recently, Robyn’s been working with Sydney DJ/Producer Josh Abrahams on a track called ‘Hard’ and on a new remix of her biggest solo hit ‘Sick With Love’. But now, after incredible 14 year wait, Robyn’s ‘lost’ album is about to see the light of day, when ‘Malaria’ is finally released to Australian retail stores on July 14. It’s been a long time coming, but the old adage of “all good things to those who wait” must, in this case, most definitely ring true.