The Hamrahlíð Choir and Bjork combine on new single 'Cosmogony'.
The choir earned acclaim for their stirring performances on Bjork's Cornucopia tour, a 52 piece Icelandic collective with a unique sound.
Indeed, Bjork had been a member of the choir as a child, and she works on their new album 'Come And Be Joyful'.
Out shortly, it features Icelandic folk songs alongside two Bjork covers, featuring completely new arrangements.
'Cosmogony' is online now, with Bjork having worked on the full arrangement alongside the choir.
Written by Bjorn and Sjon, it's an a capella work, one that became a hallmark of the the Hamrahlíð Choir's Cornucopia sets.
Tune in now.
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