Biophilia, Björk’s latest and most ambitious project yet, began as a collection of songs written around themes of nature, science and humanity’s relationships to both. For most artists, that’d be a lofty enough concept on its own. But Björk heavily researched astrophysics, string theory, neurology, biology and other areas where science and music meet. Her big ideas didn’t stop there.
Listen to the album: First Listen: Björk, ‘Biophilia’
Photo credit: Inez van Lamsweerde & Vinoodh Matadin
My previous post about Björk’s Biophilia project and a video of the virus-attack iPad game that goes along with the music.
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Florence and The Machine - What The Water Gave Me
Florence And The Machine have posted the first song to be revealed from their second album ‘What The Water Gave Me’
‘What The Water Gave Me’ will appear alongside 12 other tracks on the album, which does not yet have a title, but is scheduled to be released in November. It is available now through FlorenceAndTheMachine.net.
The track is named after a painting by Mexican artist Frida Kahlo and has also been part inspired by the death of author Virginia Woolf, who drowned herself in a river by filling her coat pockets with stones.