Bjork has written an open letter to Britain's Financial Times in a bid to raise awareness about an environmental battle she is spearheading in her native Iceland.
The All is Full of Love singer is among leading environmentalists opposed to the Icelandic Government's decision to allow top Canadian power company Magma Energy to invest further in the island's geothermal power industry.
She writes, "This is something the nation should keep," calling the deal something that "smells like the leftovers from the corruption that brought us the bank crash", referring to the 2008/2009 world economic crisis.
Bjork will perform at a press conference in Reykjavik, where fellow activists will produce a national petition aimed at blocking the deal that would see Magma own 98.5 per cent of Iceland's biggest energy company HS Orka.
Under the terms of the takeover, the Canadian company will be allowed to utilise part of Iceland's geothermal resources for up to 130 years.
Bjork adds, "I'm hoping the nation and its government will decide to cancel this deal. Then I can, hopefully, go back to writing music."
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