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Björk’s Vulnicura Number 1 In 30 Countries

Björk’s Vulnicura Number 1 In 30 Countries

Nanna Árnadóttir
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Björk

Published January 22, 2015

Björk’s eighth studio album, Vulnicura, released early following a leak has topped the iTunes charts in over 30 countries.

So far the album has been met with positive reviews, check out the Grapevine’s First Listen published yesterday.

Björk has also announced a series of concerts beginning on March 7 at Carnegie Hall.

March 7 – Carnegie Hall 12:00 pm
March 14 – Carnegie Hall 12:00 pm
March 25 – City Center 20:00 pm
march 28 – City Center 12:00 pm
april 1 – City Center 20:00 pm
april 4 – City Center 12:00 pm
June 5-7 – Governor’s Ball

As reported, Vulnicura is about heartbreak and the accompanying artwork features Björk cast this time as a lank-haired, black-clad figure with a cloven chest, pierced all over her torso with what looks like hundreds of acupuncture needles.

Below is a list of the 30 nations in which Björk’s new album is currently listed as number one in iTunes.

#1 United Kingdom
#1 Argentina
#1 Austria
#1 Belgium
#1 Brazil
#1 Bulgaria
#1 Chile
#1 Cyprus
#1 Czech Republic
#1 Denmark
#1 Estonia
#1 Finland
#1 Greece
#1 Hungary
#1 Ireland
#1 Israel
#1 Mexico
#1 Netherlands
#1 Norway
#1 Poland
#1 Portugal
#1 Romania
#1 Russia
#1 Slovakia
#1 Slovenia
#1 South Africa
#1 Spain
#1 Sweden
#1 Switzerland
#1 Vietnam


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