Björk is currently working on her next studio album, which will be released in 2015. That’s what it says on her Facebook page, anyway, in a post explaining why Björk would not be able to attend the London premiere of her new concert movie, Biophilia Live.

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Bj√∂rk‚Äôs last studio album was 2011‚Äôs Biophilia, an ‚Äúinterdisciplinary project‚ÄĚ composed of museum installations, apps, live performances, and the aforementioned movie as well as the album itself. Bj√∂rk produced Biophilia with help from British production duo 16bit, and for her new, as-yet-untitled effort has reportedly recruited Venezuelan producer Alejandro Ghersi, a.k.a. Arca. That‚Äôs about all we know for now, but the album will presumably include a Gamelan orchestra, a Mighty Mighty Bosstones cassette played backwards, a xylophone made of human vertebrae, and the sound of eggs being dropped from a great height.

[via Consequence Of Sound]

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