The Icelandic artist played her new album at New York's Carnegie Hall on Saturday (March 7)
Björk played her first show since the release of her new album ‘Vulnicura’ on Saturday (March 7) in New York.
The artist played a matinee show at Carnegie Hall, backed by a 15-piece string section, as well as animated projections for each song by artist Stephen Malinowski. The show featured an intermission as well as a two song encore, consisting of ‘Harm Of Will’ and ‘Wanderlust’.
The set opened with ‘Stonemilker’, with Bjork wearing a white dress and headpiece similar to the one in the cover art for her new LP and joined by producer Arca. Watch crowd-shot footage of the performance below, as well as a montage of the set.
‘History of Touches’
‘Pleasure Is All Mine’
‘Come To Me’
‘I See Who You Are’
‘Harm Of Will’
Björk will play her first European gig since the release of new album ‘Vulnicura’ at Manchester International Festival later this year. The Icelandic singer will play at the Castlefield Arena on June 5 in the most high profile date in the annual festival’s pop and rock programme.
Björk was recently confirmed as one of the headliners for this year’s Wilderness Festival.