Watch Björk perform ‘Human Behaviour’ for first time in 11 years at All Points East

Taken from her 1993 debut album

Björk performed ‘Human Behaviour’ for first time in 11 years during her headlining set at All Points East over the weekend.

The last time the Icelandic artist performed ‘Human Behaviour’ was back in 2007 – it also marked her only performance of the song for the entirety of that year.

The track is taken from her 1993 debut album, ‘Debut’. The album also featured singles ‘Venus as a Boy’, ‘Play Dead’, ‘Big Time Sensuality’ and ‘Violently Happy’. You can watch fan-filmed footage of the All Points East performance below.


Sunday’s line-up (May 27) also featured performances from Beck, Father John Misty, Friendly Fires, Alexis Taylor, Kelela and The Black Madonna.

Last week (May 22), Björk performed on TV for the first time in eight years on Later… with Jools Holland.

Previewing her All Points East live set-up, the singer was surrounded by greenery and accompanied by an ensemble of flautists. Björk played two tracks during the show: ‘Utopia’ track ‘Courtship’ and ‘Debut’ album track ‘The Anchor Song’.

Earlier this year Björk released an EP which featured remixes of her song ‘Arisen My Senses’ – which also featured on her 2017 album ‘Utopia’.


The three remixes were done by Jlin, Kelly Lee Owens, and Lanark Artefax, and a special 12″ vinyl edition of the remixes was released on Friday (May 25).