Björk Isadora’s Daughter Shared Her First Solo Song


Björk’s daughter, Isadora, has released an original solo song called “bergmál” — listen below.

The track appeared on the new compilation album “DRULLUMALL 4” by the Reykjavik art collective Post-Dreifing.

After sharing the news about the collection on Instagram, the team wrote: “Dear friends, DRULLUMALL 4 is out!! 14 wonderful tracks from different parts of the scene have finally come to the surface. it’s an exciting mix of artists, some of them may be working harder than ever on this compilation, for others it’s their first release.”

Isadora also co-wrote and co-wrote Bjork’s song “Her Mother’s House”, which appeared on her 10th album “Fossora”.

The NME’s four-star review says: “In the final track “Her Mother’s House”, she and her daughter Isadora Bjarkardottir Barney reflect on the pain and pride of parting with the nest, with the flourishing of the English horn and gentle grace in letting go: “The more I love you / The stronger you become/The less you need me.”

Isadora, known as Doa, film director and singer, daughter of Björk and Matthew Barney. She made her debut on the big screen with her mother in the epic Viking film “The Northerner” directed by Robert Eggers. The film also stars Nicole Kidman, Klas Bang, Anya Taylor-Joy, Ethan Hawke and Willem Dafoe.

In a five – star review , The Northman NME wrote: “All this is cruel and uncivilized. Director Eggers is known for mixing wacky surrealism with outright violence, so don’t expect wall-to-wall blockbuster action. Willem Dafoe plays a court jester, similar to Gollum, with pigtails like Willie Nelson, and Finchy from “The Office” (Ralph Ineson) appears in what looks like Adam Ant earrings.

“Perhaps the craziest moment is when the eyeless Bjork whispers her prophecy to Amlet in a full seer costume with feathers. If the next album of the Icelandic icon will consist only of Viking songs, we will not complain.”

Meanwhile, last year Björk told NME about her children appearing in “Fossora”. “I really liked it, and it was strange for some reason not to include them in the album,” she said.

“I didn’t think about it then, but maybe it has something to do with the fact that they are both adults. It seemed important, so I could ask them, and they had the opportunity to say “no” based on an informed decision. Now they are equal to me.”


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