NEW YORK (CelebrityAccess) — Icelandic singer Bjork is heading to New York for a series of concerts in Classical halls in support of her forthcoming album "Vulnicura" which is due in March.
"Vulnicura" is the first new release for Bjork in four years and the singer says she has been working with Venezuelan DJ Arca on the project.
Her previous effort, 2011's "Biophelia" was an ambitious project that included smartphone connected multimedia to explore themes of technology and nature through her music.
Bjork's live plans for New York include a March 7th and March 14th show at Carnegie Hall, 4 shows at City Center on March 25, 28th, April 1st and 4th and the Governor's Ball from June 5-7. – Staff Writers