Album artwork for Vespertine by Björk
Album artwork for Vespertine by Björk

Vespertine isn't so much a departure from her previous work as a culmination of the musical distance she's traveled; within songs like the subtly sensual "Hidden Place" and "Undo" are traces of Debut and Post's gentle loveliness, as well as Homogenic and Selmasongs reflective, searching moments.

Described by Bjork as "about being on your own in your house with your laptop and whispering for a year and just writing a very peaceful song that tiptoes," Vespertine's vocals seldom rise above a whisper, the rhythms mimic heartbeats and breathing, and a pristine, music-box delicacy unites the album into a deceptively fragile, hypnotic whole.

Björk

Vespertine

One Little Independent Records
Album artwork for Vespertine by Björk
LPx2

£29.99

Black
Released 04/11/2022Catalogue Number

TPLP101

Album artwork for Vespertine by Björk
Tape

£14.99

In Clear Case.

White
Released 28/06/2019Catalogue Number

TPLP101CS

Usually dispatched in 5-10 days

Album artwork for Vespertine by Björk
CD

£9.99

Released 24/08/2001Catalogue Number

TPLP101CD

Usually dispatched in 5-10 days

Björk

Vespertine

One Little Independent Records
Album artwork for Vespertine by Björk
LPx2

£29.99

Black
Released 04/11/2022Catalogue Number

TPLP101

Album artwork for Vespertine by Björk
Tape

£14.99

In Clear Case.

White
Released 28/06/2019Catalogue Number

TPLP101CS

Usually dispatched in 5-10 days

Album artwork for Vespertine by Björk
CD

£9.99

Released 24/08/2001Catalogue Number

TPLP101CD

Usually dispatched in 5-10 days

Vespertine isn't so much a departure from her previous work as a culmination of the musical distance she's traveled; within songs like the subtly sensual "Hidden Place" and "Undo" are traces of Debut and Post's gentle loveliness, as well as Homogenic and Selmasongs reflective, searching moments.

Described by Bjork as "about being on your own in your house with your laptop and whispering for a year and just writing a very peaceful song that tiptoes," Vespertine's vocals seldom rise above a whisper, the rhythms mimic heartbeats and breathing, and a pristine, music-box delicacy unites the album into a deceptively fragile, hypnotic whole.