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Björk shares Shygirl and Sega Bodega remix of ‘Ovule’: Listen

ShyGirl and Sega Bodega have remixed Björk’s ‘Ovule’, the second track from her newest album, ‘Fossora’.  Check it out below.


“It has been so nourishing...

Coachella

Coachella has announced the line-up for the 2023 edition of the festival with Calvin Harris, Gorillaz, TSHA, Björk all lined up to perform.


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Björk shares new video for 'Sorrowful Soil'

Björk has shared a video for her track 'Sorrowful Soil'.


The video for the cut, lifted from recent album 'Fossora', depicts Björk singing a eulogy...

Listen to Björk and Greta Thunberg discuss climate change, music and protest in new podcast

You can now listen to a discussion between Björk and Greta Thunberg about climate change, protesting, greenwashing, politicians, fame and more. Stream the New Statesman...

Björk shares title track from new album, 'Fossora': Listen

Björk has released the title track from her forthcoming album, 'Fossora'.


The new song, which you can listen to below, was produced by the Icelandic...

Watch Björk rave in a mushroom underworld in 'Atopos' music video

Björk has shared a video for the lead track from her forthcoming album, ‘Fossora’.


The new single, ‘Atopos’, features contributions from Gabber Modus Operandi's DJ...

Björk new album Fossora

Björk has revealed the artwork and confirmed a release date for her highly anticipated new album, 'Fossora', which will land on 30th September. The first...

Björk announces new podcast exploring creation of her albums

Björk is launching a new podcast series which will go deep on the creation of all of her albums.


Each episode of 'Björk: Sonic Symbolism'...

Björk announces new album, 'Fossora'

Björk has shared early details about her next album, called 'Fossora'.


Set for release in autumn, she's told The Guardian that its two main focuses...

Björk

A new ten-part podcast series, Listening, from Talkhouse and Mailchimp Presents will see renowned musicians create and discuss an original composition linked to a specific...

Björk’s new album “should probably come out in the summer”

Björk has revealed that her new album "should probably come out in the summer".


Speaking to LA Weekly, the Icelandic artist and actor said...

The movie arrives next spring

The trailer for the forthcoming Viking revenge film, 'The Northman', has been released, with a prominent appearance from Icelandic pop and electronic music icon Björk...

She said that the release is recorded with at-home listening in mind

Björk has said that her forthcoming tenth studio album is for "people making clubs in their living room".

Speaking to RÚV, the multi-award-winning Icelandic artist...

Hamrahlíð Choir, Icelandic Symphony Orchestra, and Viibra flute septet are involved 

Björk has announced a series of orchestral concert live streams, raising money in support of a women’s shelter in Reykjavik. 

The performances will take...

"I am quite thrilled to have had a reason to go through 21 years of music-file collecting," Björk says of putting together her contribution

Sonos has announced a new series of personal radio stations, curated by The Chemical Brothers, Björk, FKA twigs and D'Angelo.

The series launched on Sonos...

Including guest features from Rosalía and Björk

Arca has announced her fourth album, 'KiCK i'.

In a new interview with Garage magazine, Arca (real name Alejandra Ghersi) spoke about the themes of...

She'll play six dates around Europe this July

Björk is set to follow last year's much-lauded 'Cornucopia' theatrical tour with a new run of orchestral-focused shows around Europe this July. 

The six dates...

17 years of the Icelandic artist's vocal recordings have been drawn upon for the piece

Björk has produced an AI-assisted choral piece to be played in the lobby of New York City hotel Sister City.

Titled 'Kórsafan', the piece uses Microsoft...

Tzusing and The Knife's Olof Dreijer also feature

Fever Ray is releasing a remix album for her 2017 LP, 'Plunge'.

Enlisting the likes of Paula Temple, Björk, DJ Marfox, Tzusing, Glasser and Fever...

If the setting is good enough for Bjarki and Bjork it's probably good enough for you

Iceland is offering to pay artists 25% of their expenses if they make a record in the country.

The initiative, logically named 'Record In Iceland'...