"Courtship Dating" was the first single on the debut album by Ontario music group Crystal Castles.
The single was released on March 31, 2008 although the song had leaked in 2006.
Looking back, Björk recalled, "I set myself up with the last album being a heartbreak album, so everyone's gonna be like, 'Are you married?
Icelandic singer marks a change in mood from her breakup album Vulnicura, saying her new songs are about being in love. Let’s just leave it there.” She says the album also reflects on the rise of rightwing populism.
was the singer's first album following the 2013 split between her and artist Matthew Barney—who she had been in a relationship with for the better part of 13 years —and, naturally, found the singer reflecting on the loss of love.
After getting tepid reviews for the overly esoteric themes explored on her previous two albums, , many were instantly impressed with the singer's forthrightness on this new record—including, but definitely not limited to, a "ten-minute diss track" (album centerpiece "Black Lake"), as Billboard so cleverly put it.
When Björk isn’t busy filming music videos inside her mouth or tearing down the patriarchy, she’s just like the rest of us: home on the couch swiping through Tinder.
Only she’s probably dressed like some kind of glittery sea creature while we are in pajamas. I think, if I could, I’d just say this is my dating album.
In the story, written by Selim Bulut, Bjork opens up about finding love, saying of the album, “This is like my Tinder record.” She goes on to say that the record is “about being in love. I think, if I could, I’d just say this is my dating album.In her new “This is like my Tinder album,” Björk said. Let’s just leave it there.” It’s incredible to think a superhuman like Björk looks to mundane things like Tinder that are meant for us lesser mortals.“It’s about that search [for utopia] — and about being in love,” she told the magazine.“I set myself up with the last album being a heartbreak album, so everyone’s gonna be like, ‘Are you married? “Spending time with a person you enjoy on every level is obviously utopia, you know? It’s when the dream becomes real.”Leave it to Björk to make Tinder sound like some kind of magical utopia. Either way, if you see Björk on Tinder, please make all of our dreams come true and swipe right.Spending time with a person you enjoy on every level is obviously utopia. It’s when the dream becomes real.” Since her last record, 2015’s , Bjork says she’s been rebuilding, following her divorce from artist Matthew Barney. Let’s just leave it there.” She also reveals how the rise of right-wing populism helped shape the record: “Maybe that’s why it became a utopian theme — if we’re gonna survive not only my personal drama but also the sort of situation the world is in today, we’ve got to come up with a new plan,” she said.“I set myself up with the last album being a heartbreak album,” she said, “so everyone’s gonna be like, ‘Are you married? “If we don’t have the dream, we’re just not gonna change.