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Fossora by Björk



Release Date: Sep 30, 2022

Genre(s): Electronic

Record label: One Little Indian


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Album Review: Fossora by Björk

Very Good, Based on 2 Critics

Under The Radar - 70
Based on rating 7/10

Fossora--the ungrammatical feminine version of the Latin term for "digger"--finds Icelandic art pop icon Björk's roots clinging firmly to the earth as she advances her signature wintry avant-pop soundscapes, exploring concerns of identity, mourning, and the longing for connection in an increasingly isolated world. Far heavier than 2017's airy Utopia, Björk's 10th studio album reflects the singer's emotional state as society navigates its third year of a particularly destructive global pandemic, the disjointed structures of its tracks speaking to the cultural frenzy felt, its juxtaposition of smooth baroque and often abrasive electropop the sonic embodiment of the confusion felt, and damage done. Björk's releases have always been deeply personal to her own experiences, and Fossora is no different.

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Clash Music
Opinion: Excellent

There's no point pretending any more – Björk doesn't make music for you or me. She doesn't make music for charts or for her label or for good reviews. She makes music for herself, and she's entirely comfortable with that. The preamble to this, her tenth solo studio album, has included a fantastically engaging podcast , where she discusses each of her records, the process and the inspiration behind them, and more importantly, an honest and deep insight into her creative career and artistic process.

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