Bjork delivered her first televised performance in eight years last night, and she chose British TV to do it.
Performing Courtship from her latest album Utopia, plus The Anchor Song from her debut album Debut, the enigmatic artist took to the Later... with Jools Holland stage, a show she first sang on in 1995.
Playing the flute while dressed in a moth mask designed by James Merry, the Iceland singer-songwriter was surrounded by shrubbery, with a flower-like statue at the center.
Bjork is in the UK ahead of her headline slot at All Points East Festival in London on May 27, a line-up also featuring LCD Soundsystem, The xx, Lorde and Beck.
Utopia was released last November, becoming the five-time BRIT Award winner's 10th UK Top 40 album. View Bjork's full UK chart history here.
Arisen My Senses, the latest single from Utopia, is being released on 'slug genitalia' coloured vinyl this Friday (May 25). View 2018's most anticipated vinyl albums here.