After teasing American audiences with three club shows in February, Swedish pop singer Robyn will return stateside for a three-week club and theater tour to promote her forthcoming self-titled album, due April 29 via Konichiwa/Cherrytree/Interscope.

"I was really motivated to come back after the first three shows," says Robyn, who recently performed at Billboard's South by Southwest party and a Perez Hilton bash at the event.

The upcoming trek -- Robyn's first proper tour in North America -- is scheduled to begin April 29 at the Paradise Rock Club in Boston, and wrap May 17 at Wiltern Theatre in Los Angeles. The artist will also perform in such major markets as Philadelphia, New York, Chicago, Toronto, Seattle, San Francisco and Portland, Ore.

Robyn's last big score in America was 1997's "Robyn Is Here" (RCA), which reached No. 57 on the Billboard 200, producing such hits as "Show Me Love" and "Do You Know (What It Takes)." The set has sold 922,000 copies in the United States, according to Nielsen SoundScan.

Stateside interest was renewed following last year's U.K. release of Robyn's electro-pop-tinged self-titled album. The set, which finds the singer collaborating with members of the Knife and the Teddybears, was originally released in Sweden in 2005 through Robyn's Konichiwa Records. A number of tracks from the collection are featured on "The Rakamonie EP," which dropped in January in America.

"It is definitely like getting a second chance," Robyn notes. "I had scrapped all my ideas of being an international artist again, because I was scared of the music industry."

Discussions are still pending for some stateside summer festivals, but Robyn has been confirmed to join the lineup of the first All Points West Music & Arts Festival, to be held Aug. 8-10 at Liberty State Park in Jersey City, N.J. Robyn's North American booking agent Scott Sokol at Pinnacle Entertainment tells that it's "still up in the air," but the artist could be planning another brief tour around the All Points West festival in August.

Touring aside, Robyn says she's eager to get back into the studio. "The main focus is to start working on my next album," she says. "It's been almost three years." Without elaborating on specifics, the singer notes that the musical direction for her next album won't stray much from her current electro-pop sound: "But you never know until you get into the studio," she observes.