Producer says he's been working with the singer on 'Biophilia' follow-up
Bjork has been working with British producer The Haxan Cloak on her new album.
The producer, real name Bobby Krlic, revealed on Twitter that he has been collaborating with the Icelandic singer as she works on the follow-up to her last album, 2011’s ‘Biophilia’.
“I can now share, with equal parts humility and excitement, the last few months I’ve been working with @bjork on her new record,” he wrote. “An honour.” You can see his Tweet below.
The Haxan Cloak released his own self-titled debut in 2011 and then put out a follow-up, ‘Excavation’, in 2013. He also worked with US band The Body on their 2014 release ‘I Shall Die Here’.
Previously, Kanye West producer Arca announced that he is also working with Björk on her record.
In addition to working on a new studio album, the singer will also release a career retrospective book this March titled Björk: Archives. The tome, which features contributions from directors Chris Cunningham and Spike Jonze, will chart the singer’s career through a mixture of poetry, academic analysis, philosophical texts and photographs.