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Björk and Rosalía collaborate on a new song to protest Icelandic fish farming

Björk and Rosalía collaborate on a new song to protest Icelandic fish farming


With donations, they aim to support the cause and inspire similar actions in the future.

Photo credit:   Mikhail Preobrazhenskiy en Unsplash

Icelandic artist Björk and Spanish singer Rosalía have collaborated on a new song that seeks to raise awareness and address the issue of fish farming in Iceland. The track is entitled ‘Help Fight Fish Farming in Iceland,’ and was recently shared on social media as an acapella version.

Björk explained her motivation behind the song, stating, “Rosalía and I have come together to offer this song. The proceeds from its release will be dedicated to combating fish farming in Iceland.”  The song is set to be released in October, and the Iceland-based artist hopes that the sales will help cover the legal expenses of the protesters in Fjord Seyðisfjörður, who are actively opposing the establishment of fish farming in the region.

The collaboration between Björk and Rosalía not only brings attention to the issue but also sets an example for others to follow. By donating the proceeds of their song, they aim to support the cause and inspire similar actions in the future.

Listen to a teaser of ‘Help Fight Fish Farming in Iceland’ below.





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