Bjork Shares Second Set of ‘Vulnicura’ Remixes
Earlier this month, Bjork shared a handful of remixes of songs from her latest full-length, Vulnicura. Now, the Icelandic singer-songwriter has unveiled a second set of remixes produced by Rabit, Untold and the Haxan Cloak.
The latest installment -- which you can listen to via Dazed -- includes reworked versions of Vulnicura’s “History of Touches,” “Lionsong” and “Mouth Mantra.” Dazed spoke to Bjork, Rabit, Untold and the Haxan Cloak about each of the newly minted remixes.
Of Untold's take on "Lionsong," she said, “[I] kinda always fall flat for beats like this that have a sense of humor, slapstick and played with sticks and stones but still electronic and are no genre.”
The first edition of Vulnicura remixes included contributions from Lotic, Katie Gately, Mica Levi and Krampshaft on “Notget,” “Family,” “Lionsong” and “History of Touches,” respectively. According to Dazed, a third and final collection will arrive later this year.
Vulnicura landed at the beginning of the year when Bjork suddenly dropped the album after it leaked online two months ahead of its scheduled release. However, it hasn’t seemed to slow the singer down one bit. She has since been the subject of a career-spanning retrospective at New York City’s Museum of Modern Art as well as a recent BBC documentary.