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/ During their recent performances he understood the songs grew in direct and that they needed to incorporate part of that strength to the disk. The new release date has been set for October 10. Singer Bjork was not totally satisfied with the result of his new album, Biophilia. As reported on his official Facebook page, the artist will delay its launch October 10 after deciding that his new compositions require more blood and more muscles, oxygen and material. The placing on the market of this new project, which exceeded the limits of purely musical as it comes accompanied by a series of applications for various electronic devices (iPad, iPod and iPod Touch), was originally scheduled for September 20. Explains the Icelandic in a letter to his followers during his recent performances in Manchester, which presented the new material, he felt that the songs grew with the direct and decided to incorporate that force recordings, with the help Mandy Parnell sound engineer and producer Leila Arab. I’m really happy to have done, because it would seem that the album now has a body, concludes his missive this artist, who was awarded the prestigious Polar Music Prize in 2010. Source of the news: Bjork, not at all satisfied with their new album, delayed his departure