The almost obsessive curiosity for different musical textures distinguishes the Icelandic career since the beginning and makes her one of the most influential artists of the last decades. A rare, original musical being with an outstanding ability to appeal. Björk was one of the new “strange” pop voices and continues to make art with noises, dissonances and rhythms ranging from flutes and birds to industrial noises and hybrid arrangements. A captivating work that challenges genres and has always been widely collaborative, bringing together musicians, technicians, instrumentalists, producers, fashion designers, and so many other creatives in creating a multidimensionality capable turning the Icelandic into the "queen of avant-garde”, the example of a modern music artist par excellence. In more than two decades of instrumental metamorphoses there is a vocal identity that remains continuous, an intimacy and density that never disappears. Since the release of her first album "Debut" in 1993, Björk has garnered critically acclaim for her deep, personal music, unique arrangements and voice. In this, the new album, "Utopia", is no different. An album of details, meticulous environments and orchestrations. But where the previous album painted black landscapes, "Utopia" seeks the light and turns the previous wounds into something new. An intimate journey through the discovery of romance, love, joy and excitement. In an uncertain political environment, Björk presents her proposals for a utopian model.