Icelandic singer-songwriter, Björk, she announced a new album that will bear the name Diggers.
This is the edition that inherits the record Utopia from 2017, and includes a bass clarinet sextet, malo gabber rhythms and should be released this fall.
The album will also include two songs written for the musician’s late mother, an environmental activist Hildur Rúna Hauksdóttirwho died in 2018.
“Fossora” features a song with Serpentwithfeetand the singer hired her son Sindri and daughter Ísadóra for backing vocals, as well as contributions from Gabber Mode of Operation, an Indonesian dance duo who created a style they and Björk called “biological techno”. Describing the previous album as “a pacifist, idealistic album with flutes, synthesizers and birds”, Björk envisions Fossoru: “It’s like digging a hole in the ground. This time I’m living with moles and I’m really getting down to earth.”
Björk is also planning a podcast series about her discography later this year.
Source: Balkanrock.com by balkanrock.com.
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