Bjork is back. The Icelandic singer-songwriter has announced her ninth album will be called Vulnicura, and it’ll arrive sometime in the month of March. Vulnicura will be the follow-up to Bjork’s 2011 Biophilia, which was notably the first fully-realized “app album” ever released.
A handwritten note shared on Bjork’s social media pages also reveal Vulnicura’s song titles, all of which seem connected to science and Mother Nature (see below). The album will feature the tracks “Stonemilker”, “Lionsong”, “History of Touches”, “Black Lake”, “Family”, “Notget”, “Atom Dance”, “Mouth Mantra” and “Quicksand”.
Alejandro Ghersi (aka Arca) the Venezuelan producer who has collorated with Kanye West and FKA Twigs, is understood to have worked on six of the songs and co-wrote a pair of tracks with Bjork. As previously reported, Bobby Krlic (aka the Haxan Cloak) has contributed production and has reportedly mixed the album.
¡¡ ladies and gentlemen !! i am very proud to announce my new album is coming out in march it is called : vulnicura pic.twitter.com/Ajse3ThPVH
— björk (@bjork) January 14, 2015