Bjork makes theatrical return to Glastonbury

The singer is back after 13 years

Bjork returned to Glastonbury for the first time in 13 years tonight (June 22), playing a dazzling headline show on the Other Stage.

The star mixed tracks from new album ‘Volta’ with a string of old classics – plus managed to fit in several costume changes along the way.

The set featured a series of flags and a stunning laser show, which showed their full effect during the 1995 single ‘Army Of Me’.

Bjork said very little, apart from thanking the crowd and revealing to them later that, after finding themselves slightly ahead of curfew, she and her backing band finished the set with extra song ‘Declare Independence’.

Bjork played:

‘Earth Intruders’

‘Venus As A Boy’

‘Hunter’

‘Pagan Poetry’

‘All Is Full Of Love’

‘Pleasure Is All Mine’

‘Hope’

‘Joga’

‘Army Of Me’

‘I Miss You’

‘Innocence’

‘Bachelorette’

‘5 Years’

‘Wanderlust’

‘Hyperballad’

‘Pluto’

‘Declare Independence’

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