Björk debuts collaboration with Rosalía

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Learn more about the singer’s protest.

Björk premiere “Oral” In collaboration with Rosalía: a singular launch, since it is a protest against the fish farming (or fish farming) in his native country Iceland. Know all the details

Björk is an artist willing to use her platform in favor of social causes, this time is no exception, because through this song she speaks out against fish farming in Iceland. In his statement he states that these actions harm the Icelandic ecosystem, altering the DNA of native fish, in addition to creating damage to the environment to an irreversible extent.

This song with Rosalia It seeks to make the problem visible on a larger scale, as well as demand legal regulations against this activity. All profits will be directed to the cause and legal expenses of the groups involved in defending the Icelandic environment.

The music video shows us the faces of Rosalia and Björk in a confrontation, sometimes hand to hand, sometimes with swords. In the melody they explore a lost song by the Icelandic author, revisited by the vocals of Rosaliaadding the beats urban areas that characterize it.

It is a positive song because of the effects in the real world that are expected from it, it is time to take action through music.


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