Thursday, June 2, 2011 |
4 years ago
Bjork has finally started dishing out the details of her upcoming iPad-inspired album, Biophilia, according to Paste.
The Icelandic singer made her initial announcement
about the album back in March but didn't say much about it at the time. Now she has revealed that the album was partially made on an iPad.
The album will consist of at least 10 coordinated apps. A few videos, some of which were directed by Michel Gondry, will be included, as well.
"The app is an expression of the music, the story, and the idea," said Scott Snibbe, an interactive artist who has been working on making Biophilia come to life.
A release date for the album still has yet to be announced.
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