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Bjork’s Latest Single Calls for Environmental Protection

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Bjork may be best known for her incredibly – uh – creative getups and the eerie, otherworldly feel of her music and videos, but she’s definitely proven her green chops in the past. She staged an environmental concert in Iceland, called on fans to protest an aluminum smelter and pushed sustainability as an answer to her home country’s economic troubles. So, it’s no surprise that her latest single, Nattura, is all about saving the environment.

In an interview with AP, Bjork spoke of what motivated her to write Nattura, saying “I think I’m just one of many people who have stood up and spoken out. But I have to do it. I will not be able to live with my own conscience when my grandchildren drive around Iceland and it’s just full of factories and smelters. I mean, that would be horrendous.”

Check out the Nattura music video on YouTube, and watch below as Bjork explains her passion for protecting the natural beauty of Iceland.

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