Icelandic goddess Björk had her first live television appearance in eight years last night, Pitchfork reports, on the most recent episode of BBC’s Later… With Jools Holland – performing a pair of her own favorite tracks.
She arrived with a squadron of flautists and first gave a rendition of “Courtship,” off her latest album Utopia. She then reached back to her classic “The Anchor Song,” from 1993’s Debut.
Björk will also release a remix EP, Arisen My Senses, this Friday on “slug genitalia-colored” vinyl. As well, she was recently the subject of a nonfiction film series about her and Jesse Kanda, produced by WeTransfer.
As always, an unstoppable creative force.