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More than a month since releasing 'Vulnicura' following a leak, the Icelandic singer says she doesn't want to put the album on steaming services like Spotify.
The Icelandic singer's new album, which was originally planned to be released sometime in March, is available worldwide via iTunes starting on January 20 after an unexpected leak.
Florence and the Machine, Deadmau5, Charli XCX, Weird Al Yankovic, and Noel Gallagher's High Flying Bird are also set to rock the New York City festival in June.
During her concert in Toronto, the Icelandic singer sings 'Declare Independence' and dedicates it to Martin, who was gunned down by George Zimmerman in 2012.
The 'Wanderlust' singer also invites the anti-Vladimir Putin band to perform a song 'written for all enhancement of justice.'
The 'It's Oh So Quiet' singer presents her fans with the moon and the night sky as an epitome of her harmony.
Amidst laser beams and meteorites, Bjork's image is projected on a spinning metallic disk above the ground.
Around 46,000 have signed a petition to keep the control of Icelandic's natural resources away from a Canadian company.
Along with Ennio Morricone, Bjork was handed $136,000 and presented with a trophy at the ceremony of Sweden's most high-profile music award.