Via Pitchfork Media: “Bjork has revealed the title and release date for her sixth full-length proper and follow-up to 2004’s a cappella experiment Medúlla. Volta was written and produced entirely by Björk, according to her website. The ever-inventive songstress debuts the new record at a bunch of festivals this spring and summer, including Coachella, Sasquatch!, and Glastonbury. Volta includes 10 new songs and graces the earth May 7 via One Little Indian/Atlantic.”
Thanks Pitchfork. Interesting news, and I have to admit, I am more than a little curious to hear this new album, as Medulla, while interesting, did not really grab me like I had hoped it would. I may need to revisit it. In the meantime, listen to “Human Behaviour,” the poly-rhythmic first single off Bjork’s, post Sugarcubes, album Debut. Be sure to relive the 1993 video too…one the best of it’s era.
Video: Bjork :: Human Behaviour
Amazon: Bjork – Debut
www.bjork.com ++ www.myspace.com/bjork