Það Sést Ekki Sætari Mey wrote:They really stress that it's commercial
ghostlife wrote:do you think the fact that the following bolded words are misspelled, might mean this could be the work of a CON?
i just dont want to get too excited about this, cause unless i actually see it on the Music Week site, i cant get too excited about it ...
"One Little Indian is preparing for what it expects to become the biggest-selling Bjork album yet, thanks to a new Timbaland-inspired commercial direction and the promotion of an 18-month world tour.
The album Volta is released on May 7 and Bjork is preparing to work it extensively. The tour will be announce this Friday and dates are already confirmed for Glastonbury, Coachella and Roskilde.
The album will be preced with an as-yet unnamed single which will be released digitally on April 9. A physical version will not hit shops until May 21, as new mixes are still being produced. The online campaign, featuring new film footage, will go live on March 12.
One Little Indian mamaging director Derek Birkett is hugely excited by the sales potential of the album. "It's probably the most commercial thing she's ever done," he says. "It's really up and happy and the collaborations are extraordinary".
Birkett is also surprised by the willingness of Bjork to tour so extensively, which will see her go round the world on a month-on month-off basis. "If someone had told me six months ago, i wouldn't have believed it," he says. "The plans for the tour are mind-blowing- Bjork's devised her own set and will have 30 musicians on stage".
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