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Björk – winter 2019 5
Björk wears all clothes Balmain Couture SS19 and Balmain custom looks for Cornucopia tour, custom-made face-pieces worn throughout James Merry, gloves Renee VerhoevenPhotography Harley Weir, Styling Robbie Spencer

Björk joins Bandcamp, with proceeds going to Black Lives Matter UK

Her nine studio albums are available on the platform in multiple formats

Björk’s complete album discography has arrived on Bandcamp, and from today until the end of Bandcamp’s NAACP fundraiser tomorrow, all sales proceeds will be donated to Black Lives Matter UK.

Her nine visionary studio albums, beginning with 1993’s Debut and running up to 2017’s Utopia, are available in a selection of digital, vinyl, CD, and cassette formats.

Currently, the collection only includes Björk’s studio albums, with her soundtracks, live releases, remix albums, and collaborations not available.

This Juneteenth (June 19), Bandcamp has committed to donate its cut of sales to the NAACP, and has pledged to do the same every Juneteenth in future too.

Following the recent Black Lives Matters protests sparked by the murder of George Floyd, a number of musicians and record labels have reconsidered how their choices of name or imagery have been problematic. Björk’s long-term label, One Little Indian, changed its name to One Little Independent.

Check out Björk’s releases on Bandcamp here.