Björk announces new live album

Vulnicura Live is limited to only 2,000 copies

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Björk has announced details of a new live album.

Vulnicura Live is limited to 2,000 copies, which will be split equally between a 2xCD set (released on November 13) and a double-LP picture disc (released on December 4), reports Pitchfork.

According to the pre-order on Rough Trade, the “14 track set recorded on her 2015 tour features eight songs from ‘Vulnicura’ plus six from various stages of her career. The album was mixed and put together by Bjork herself with help from Arca and The Haxan Cloak.”


Björk recently announced Vulnicura Strings (Vulnicura: The Acoustic Version), a remake of her 2015 LP that only features strings and her voice.

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