Björk - 'Biophilia Remix Series VII' | Album Stream

Icelandic singer-songwriter Björk continues to promote her latest album Biophilia with an eight-part remix series. The album, which was partially composed on her iPad, sees the seventh part to the series make it onto the 'net. The new project includes new 16-bit versions of "Mutual Core" and "Hollow" -- both taken from the 2011 album released in 2011. Read more

Björk – “Hollow” | Music Video

Icelandic singer/songwriter Björk has released a brand new video for "Hollow", taken off of her latest release Biophilia. Taking a more interactive/multi-media approach to her music, the singer reveals her DNA in the music video. The clip, which shows the singer's multi-colored molecular DNA strands and protein models react to her music was created by biomedical animator Drew Berry.Read more

Björk interview and "Cosmogony" performance on The Colbert Report | TV Catch-Up

Icelandic singer/songwriter Björk passed by The Colbert Report to promote Stephen Colbert about her recently released album Biophilia her eighth studio album following up from her 2007 release Volta. Read more

Björk performs "Crystalline" on Later with Jools Holland [Video]

Donning a weathered orange hairpiece, Björk and choir took to the stage of revered BBC music show Later with.. Jools Holland this week to perform "Crystalline"; the lead single from the Icelandic artist's latest [and eighth] album, Biophilia - out now.
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Björk - "Thunderbolt" | Music Video

Taken from her recently released eighth full-length studio album Biophilia which was partly recorded on an iPad, Björk has unveiled this live visual accompaniment to her track "Thunderbolt" . Filmed at the iconic Icelandic singer’s residency at the Manchester International Festival this summer where she world premiered Biophilia in its entirely which was met with critical acclaim. The visuals were directed by thirtytwo and produced by Dan Bowen. Press play below and enjoy.

Bjork's eighth full-length studio album Biophilia is out now on One Little Indian/Polydor Records.

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Björk – “Moon” | Music Video

Having equally captivated and confused with her genre-pushing sounds and artistic leadership for over three decades, iconic Icelandic singer/songwriter Björk unveils the video for "Moon"; the delicate, harmonious opening track from her eighth album Biophilia. As with many of her releases I find that appreciation of Björk's subtle musical genius, melodically and lyrically, rests on the listener's attention span - and "Moon" is no exception; with each listen I find myself more finely tuned to the song's message and emotion... Check it out below.
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Björk - "Crystalline" | Official Music Video (Dir. Michel Gondry)

The knitted creatures from vintage BBC stop motion animated kids show Clangers are the only things missing from the intergalactic, Michel Gondry steered video for "Crystalline," Björk's lead single from her new album Biophilia. Debuted live at Manchester International Festival this month, Biophilia was partly recorded on an ipad and is set for release through a series of apps later this year.

For those hoping to catch her live, Björk is scheduled to perform at this year's Bestival on September 11, plus eight shows during the Iceland Airwaves Festival at Harpa in October and November.

Björk to premiere Biophilia music & multimedia live show at @MIFestival, June/July | UK Events

Eccentric Icelandic singer, songwriter and composer and occasional actress Bjork has just announced a string of UK performance dates as part of the Manchester International Festival to be held later this Summer, during which she will exclusive preview new material from her forthcoming Biophilia album.

Originally launched in 2007, the Manchester International Festival is the world’s first festival of original, new work and special events and takes place biennially, in Manchester, UK, "presenting new works from across the spectrum of performing arts, visual arts and popular culture."

In a special collaboration with MIF, the Biophilia show will travel to major cities around the world following the Manchester premiere. Read more