1 min read

Björk and Rosalía Collaborate for a Cause: A Powerful Anthem Against Fish Farming

In an unexpected musical alliance, Björk and Rosalía have joined forces to release a poignant song addressing a significant cause. The track, currently available exclusively on YouTube and tentatively untitled, bears the label “help fight fish farming in Iceland.” Scheduled for an official release later this month, the song’s sales proceeds will be dedicated to covering the legal fees of residents in Fjord Seyðisfjörður who are actively protesting against a new fish farm in their community.

Clocking in at just one minute, the a cappella composition resonates with emotional intensity. Throughout the song, Björk and Rosalía harmonize on the haunting refrain, “Is that the right thing to do? I just don’t know.” Their collaboration serves as a powerful anthem, highlighting the ethical quandaries surrounding fish farming while raising awareness about the environmental and social concerns faced by the residents of Fjord Seyðisfjörður. Check out Björk’s statement below.

i am offering a song me and rosalia sang together 

the profits will to help the fight against fish farming in iceland

it will come out in october 

people at the fjord seyðisfjörður have stood up and protested against fish farming starting there 

we would like to donate sales of the song to help with their legal fees

and hopefully it can be an exemplary case for others 

iceland has the biggest untouched nature in europe 

and still today it has it´s sheep roaming free in the mountains in the summers 

it´s fish has swum free in our lakes , rivers and fjords 

so when icelandic and norwegian business men started buying fish farms in the majority of our fjords , 

it was a big shock and rose up as the main topic this summer , 

we don´t understand how they had been able to do this for a decade with almost no regulations stopping them . 

this has already had devastating effect on wildlife and the farmed fish are suffering in horrid health conditions and since a lot of them have escaped , they have started changing the DNA in the icelandic salmon to the worse 

and could eventually lead to its extinction 

there is still a chance to safe the last wild salmon of the north 

our group would like to dare these business men to retract their farms !

we would also like to help invent and set strict regulations into iceland´s legal system to guard nature .

the majority of the nation already agrees with us 

so this protest is about putting the will of the people into our rule-systems .



And here’s the song.

Previous Story

SNL’s 49th Season: Pete Davidson, Ice Spice, and Bad Bunny Take the Stage

Next Story

(G)I-DLE Ignites with ‘HEAT’ EP: A Dynamic Alliance with 88Rising and Profound Lyrical Depth