The special collection comes with a hefty $600 price tag.
Plus, the Icelandic artist has added new “Cornucopia” tour dates.
An otherworldly visual in support of 2017’s Utopia.
The Vulnicura artist visited her alma mater to drop Death Grips and more.
The Icelandic artist’s “most elaborate stage concert” takes place this May.
Featuring the Icelandic musician’s early, experimental works under the moniker Frakkur.
Icelandic artist dusts off a highlight from her 1993 album, Debut.
In continued support of her acclaimed Utopia LP.
Plus, a rework from past collaborator serpentwithfeet.
Yet another surreal visual from Björk’s wondrous mind.
“There were a lot of flute things I didn’t completely explore, like more soloists and mysterious kind of flute playing.”
Ninth LP finds the Icelandic artist returning with “a thriving sound world rich in nuance and detail.”