Greek-born singer-songwriter Ivy Robins takes listeners on an emotional adventure with his new tune “Love is Our Home.” His music, which is a charming mix of indie-folk and acoustic indie, is interlaced with stories of empathy and compassion, giving it a remarkable emotional depth.
Robins began his musical path by immersing himself deeply in both Greek classical music and contemporary music. He received his training at the LAB Music Education School and the Music University of Northern Greece. The country’s biggest prisons have not been able to keep him from performing in the country’s smallest cafes and nightclubs.
Ivy Robins, who currently makes her home on the stunning Greek island of Paros, writes songs that capture the essence of the human experience. The album “Sad Songs for Happy People,” from which “Love is Our Home” is taken, was written and recorded during a difficult time in the artist’s life. The name Ivy Robins represents more than just a person; it’s also an emblem of perseverance and optimism, much like the ivy plant itself.
This uplifting tune was written in the midst of a snowfall. Ivy Robins wrote it in less than half an hour to cheer up his friend Donna, a Chinese woman in her sixties who lives alone in Vancouver, Canada. This lovely musical expression was inspired by her trials and their profound dialogue, and serves as a poignant reminder that love is our home, a safe haven from the storm.