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Icelandic singer-songwriter Björk has embarked on ten concert tours and has performed live at various events and television shows. After leaving her band, The Sugarcubes, Björk promoted her first album Debut (1993) through performances at various shows and award ceremonies. While starting her Debut Tour, Björk served as an opening act for U2 during their Zoo TV Tour stop at the Wembley Stadium in London.[1] Björk performed a cover of The Rolling Stones' "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction" with PJ Harvey at the 1994 Brit Awards.[2] She also performed her single "Big Time Sensuality" at the inaugural MTV Europe Music Awards in Munich, while accompanied by Fluke.[3] After the end of the tour, Björk curated her own MTV Unplugged special.[4] Björk premiered her single "Army of Me" with a performance alongside Skunk Anansie at Top of the Pops. To promote its parent album, Post (1995), Björk started the eponymous concert tour, which saw her performing in different festivals and arenas throughout Europe, North America, Oceania, Asia and South America.[5]

Björk live performances
Björk is holding a mic in her right hand.
Björk performing at Coachella Festival in Indio, Texas in 2007, as part of the Volta Tour. In 2002, she became the festival's first female headliner.
Concert tours10
One-off performances24
Broadcast performances77

In 1997, the release of Homogenic was accompanied by a short promotional stint in clubs with Mark Bell before starting a worldwide tour.[6] The tour was extended to 1998 after plans for a North American leg with Radiohead were canceled due to staging and production difficulties.[7] During the promotion of the album, she also performed "Bachelorette" at the 1997 MTV Europe Music Awards and during an appearance at Saturday Night Live.[8][9] After receiving a Best Original Song nomination for "I've Seen It All", Björk performed the song at the 73rd Academy Awards, while dressed in her swan dress.[10] To promote her fourth album Vespertine (2001), Björk embarked on a worldwide tour of opera houses and theaters, backed by a 54-piece orchestra.[11] The following year, Björk became the first female artist to headline the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival.[12][13] In 2003, the singer performed at several European festivals and North American arenas with her Greatest Hits Tour.[6] While there was no tour performances for the singer’s fifth studio album, Medúlla (2004), Björk performed "Oceania" at the 2004 Summer Olympics opening ceremony, for which the song was commissioned, while in 2005, the singer performed at the Live 8 concert in Chiba, Japan.[14][15]

Björk did not tour again until the Volta Tour in 2007, supporting her sixth studio album.[16] The tour lasted two years, during which she returned to perform in Oceania and South America after more than 10 years. She once again was the headliner of major international music festivals, including Coachella, Glastonbury Festival, Big Day Out and Roskilde Festival.[17] The tour faced many controversies due to Björk's support of Tibetan independence movement, Kosovo declaration of independence and Faroese independence movement during several performances of "Declare Independence".[18][19] From 2011 until 2013, Björk embarked on her Biophilia Tour, a multimedia project which featured her seventh studio album and a series of residencies and workshops that used the eponymous app to teach children about science and musicology.[20] The tour was documented by the 2013 documentary When Björk Met Attenborough and the 2014 concert film Björk: Biophilia Live, and featured her first performance in Africa, but was hindered by a series of vocal cords issues, for which the singer underwent surgery.[21][22][23] Similar problems caused the cancellation of the last shows of her following tour, the Vulnicura Tour, which supported her 2015 eight studio album.[24] Following the schedule of her Björk Digital exhibition, the tour resumed with acoustic shows and festival performances in 2016 and 2017.[25][26]

The singer supported the release of her 2017 album Utopia with a series of shows throughout Europe the following summer.[27] In 2019, Björk announced Cornucopia, said to be her "most elaborate stage concert yet".[28] It debuted as a residency show at the newly built The Shed cultural center in New York before traveling to Mexico.[29][30]

Contents

Concert toursEdit

Title Dates Associated album(s) Continent(s) Shows Live release(s) Ref.
Debut Tour August 19, 1993 – July 31, 1994 Debut Europe
North America
Oceania
Asia
39 Vessel
Debut Live
[31]
[32]
[33]
Songs performed during the Debut Tour
  1. "Human Behaviour"
  2. "Aeroplane"
  3. "Atlantic"
  4. "One Day"
  5. "Venus as a Boy"
  6. "Come to Me"
  7. "The Anchor Song"
  8. "Like Someone In Love"
  9. "Play Dead"
  10. "Crying"
  11. "Violently Happy"
  12. "There's More to Life Than This"
  13. "Big Time Sensuality"
  14. "Army of Me"
  15. "Síðasta Ég"
  16. "Stígðu Mig"
  17. "The Modern Things"
  18. "Moðir"
Post Tour July 6, 1995 – February 27, 1997 Post Europe
North America
Asia
Oceania
South America
105 Live at Shepherds Bush Empire
Post Live
[34]
[35]
Songs performed during the Post Tour
  1. "Headphones"
  2. "Army of Me"
  3. "One Day"
  4. "The Modern Things"
  5. "Human Behaviour"
  6. "You've Been Flirting Again"
  7. "Isobel"
  8. "Venus as a Boy"
  9. "Possibly Maybe"
  10. "Charlene"
  11. "I Go Humble"
  12. "The Anchor Song"
  13. "Hyperballad"
  14. "Enjoy"
  15. "I Miss You"
  16. "Crying"
  17. "Violently Happy"
  18. "5 Years"
  19. "It's Oh So Quiet"
  20. "Big Time Sensuality"
  21. "Sweet Intuition"
  22. "Le petit chevalier"
  23. "Motorcrash"
Homogenic Tour August 31, 1997 – January 6, 1999 Homogenic Europe
North America
Asia
South America
57 Live in Cambridge
Homogenic Live
[36]
[37]
Songs performed during the Homogenic Tour
  1. "Visur Vatnsenda-Rosu"
  2. "Hunter"
  3. "Headphones"
  4. "Come to Me"
  5. "Venus as a Boy"
  6. "All Neon Like"
  7. "You've Been Flirting Again"
  8. "Isobel"
  9. "Possibly Maybe"
  10. "5 Years"
  11. "Immature"
  12. "I Go Humble"
  13. "Play Dead"
  14. "Alarm Call"
  15. "Human Behaviour"
  16. "Bachelorette"
  17. "Hyperballad"
  18. "Violently Happy"
  19. "Pluto"
  20. "So Broken"
  21. "All Is Full of Love"
  22. "The Anchor Song"
  23. "Jóga"
Vespertine World Tour August 18, 2001 – December 21, 2001 Vespertine Europe
North America
Asia
34 Live at Royal Opera House
Minuscule
Vespertine Live
[38]
[39]
Songs performed during the Vespertine Tour
  1. "Frosti"
  2. "Overture"
  3. "All Is Full of Love"
  4. "Aurora"
  5. "Undo"
  6. "Unravel"
  7. "I've Seen It All"
  8. "An Echo, A Stain"
  9. "Generous Palmstroke"
  10. "Hidden Place"
  11. "Cocoon"
  12. "Unison"
  13. "Harm of Will"
  14. "It's Not Up to You"
  15. "Pagan Poetry"
  16. "Possibly Maybe"
  17. "Isobel"
  18. "Hyperballad"
  19. "Human Behaviour"
  20. "Jóga"
  21. "It's In Our Hands"
  22. "You've Been Flirting Again"
  23. "Army of Me"
  24. "Bachelorette"
  25. "Play Dead"
  26. "Venus as a Boy"
  27. "The Anchor Song"
  28. "Who Is It"
  29. "Gotham Lullaby"
Greatest Hits Tour May 24, 2003 – September 3, 2003 Greatest Hits Europe
Asia
North America
28 N/A [40]
[41]
Songs performed during the Greatest Hits Tour
  1. "Vísur Vatnsenda-Rósu"
  2. "Pagan Poetry"
  3. "Hunter"
  4. "Desired Constellation"
  5. "Mouth's Cradle"
  6. "Heirloom"
  7. "Unravel"
  8. "Scatterheart"
  9. "Army of Me"
  10. "Jóga"
  11. "Aurora"
  12. "Cocoon"
  13. "Mother Heroic"
  14. "Gotham Lullaby"
  15. "Show Me Forgiveness"
  16. "All Is Full of Love"
  17. "Storm"
  18. "An Echo, A Stain"
  19. "I've Seen It All"
  20. "Where Is the Line"
  21. "You've Been Flirting Again"
  22. "Isobel"
  23. "Nature Is Ancient"
  24. "Bachelorette"
  25. "5 Years"
  26. "It's In Our Hands"
  27. "Hyperballad"
  28. "Pluto"
  29. "Generous Palmstroke"
  30. "Síðasta Ég"
  31. "Scary"
  32. "Human Behaviour"
Volta Tour April 9, 2007 – August 15, 2008 Volta Europe
North America
South America
Oceania
Asia
74 Voltaïc [42]
[16]
Songs performed during the Volta Tour
  1. "Brennið Þið Vitar"
  2. "Cover Me"
  3. "Earth Intruders"
  4. "Venus as a Boy"
  5. "Hunter"
  6. "Immature"
  7. "The Dull Flame of Desire"
  8. "Oceania"
  9. "I See Who You Are"
  10. "Unravel"
  11. "Pagan Poetry"
  12. "All Is Full of Love"
  13. "Jóga"
  14. "Pleasure Is All Mine"
  15. "Hope"
  16. "Vertebrae by Vertebrae"
  17. "Where Is the Line"
  18. "Who Is It"
  19. "Desired Constellation"
  20. "Army of Me"
  21. "Innocence"
  22. "5 Years"
  23. "Hidden Place"
  24. "Aurora"
  25. "Unison"
  26. "Mother Heroic"
  27. "Cocoon"
  28. "Come to Me"
  29. "Aeroplane"
  30. "Human Behaviour"
  31. "It's Not Up To You"
  32. "Síðasta Ég"
  33. "Undo"
  34. "I Miss You"
  35. "Triumph of a Heart"
  36. "Bachelorette"
  37. "Vökuró"
  38. "Wanderlust"
  39. "Hyperballad"
  40. "Pluto"
  41. "The Anchor Song"
  42. "Declare Independence"
  43. "Overture"
Biophilia Tour June 27, 2011 – September 7, 2013 Biophilia Europe
North America
South America
Africa
Asia
70 When Björk Met Attenborough
Björk: Biophilia Live
[43]
[21]
[22]
Songs performed during the Biophilia Tour
  1. "Cosmogony"
  2. "Crystalline"
  3. "Mutual Core"
  4. "Thunderbolt"
  5. "Declare Independence"
  6. "Moon"
  7. "Hollow"
  8. "Náttúra"
  9. "Virus"
  10. "Hidden Place"
  11. "Mouth's Cradle"
  12. "Dark Matter"
  13. "Pagan Poetry"
  14. "Solstice"
  15. "One Day"
  16. "Jóga"
  17. "Sacrifice"
  18. "Possibly Maybe"
  19. "Isobel"
  20. "Hunter"
  21. "Óskasteinar"
  22. "Sonnets/Unrealities XI"
  23. "Where Is the Line"
  24. "Pluto"
  25. "Generous Palmstroke"
  26. "Heirloom"
  27. "Vertebræ by Vertebræ"
  28. "Unravel"
  29. "Hyperballad"
  30. "All Is Full of Love"
  31. "Army of Me"
  32. "You've Been Flirting Again"
  33. "It's Not Up to You"
  34. "Pleasure Is All Mine"
  35. "Who Is It"
  36. "Bachelorette"
  37. "Immature"
  38. "Undo"
  39. "Unison"
  40. "Venus as a Boy"
Vulnicura Tour March 7, 2015 – November 3, 2017 Vulnicura North America
Europe
Asia
27 Vulnicura Live [44]
[45]
[46]
Songs performed during the Vulnicura Tour
  1. "Stonemilker"
  2. "Lionsong"
  3. "History of Touches"
  4. "Black Lake"
  5. "Family"
  6. "Notget"
  7. "Pleasure Is All Mine"
  8. "Come to Me"
  9. "Undo"
  10. "I See Who You Are"
  11. "Quicksand"
  12. "Mouth Mantra"
  13. "Harm of Will"
  14. "Wanderlust"
  15. "All Neon Like"
  16. "All Is Full of Love"
  17. "Sun In My Mouth"
  18. "Atom Dance"
  19. "Hunter"
  20. "Bachelorette"
  21. "Army of Me"
  22. "5 Years"
  23. "Mutual Core"
  24. "Hyperballad"
  25. "Possibly Maybe"
  26. "Where Is the Line"
  27. "Unravel"
  28. "One Day"
  29. "Aurora"
  30. "I've Seen It All"
  31. "Jóga"
  32. "Pagan Poetry"
  33. "The Anchor Song"
  34. "Pluto"
  35. "Vertebræ by Vertebræ"
  36. "You've Been Flirting Again"
  37. "Isobel"
  38. "Mouth's Cradle"
Utopia Tour April 9, 2018 – July 30, 2018 Utopia Europe 11 N/A [47]
[48]
[27]
Songs performed during the Utopia Tour
  1. "Arisen My Senses"
  2. "Utopia"
  3. "The Gate"
  4. "Blissing Me"
  5. "Thunderbolt"
  6. "Courtship"
  7. "Features Creatures"
  8. "Tabula Rasa"
  9. "Saint"
  10. "Pleasure Is All Mine"
  11. "Losss"
  12. "Sue Me"
  13. "Notget"
  14. "Paradisia"
  15. "The Anchor Song"
  16. "Isobel"
  17. "Human Behaviour"
  18. "Wanderlust"
  19. "Claimstaker"
Cornucopia May 6, 2019 – August 27, 2019 Utopia North America 12 TBA [49]
[50]
[51]
[28]
Songs performed during the Cornucopia tour
  1. "The Gate"
  2. "Utopia"
  3. "Arisen My Senses"
  4. "Show Me Forgiveness"
  5. "Venus as a Boy"
  6. "Claimstaker"
  7. "Isobel"
  8. "Blissing Me"
  9. "Body Memory"
  10. "Hidden Place"
  11. "Mouth's Cradle"
  12. "Features Creatures"
  13. "Courtship"
  14. "Pagan Poetry"
  15. "Losss"
  16. "Sue Me"
  17. "Tabula Rasa"
  18. "Future Forever"
  19. "Notget"

One-off performancesEdit

Date Event/Venue Country Performed song(s) Ref.
August 4, 1996 Verbier Festival Switzerland The first part of Pierrot Lunaire by Arnold Schoenberg [52]
[53]
June 8, 1997 Tibetan Freedom Concert United States "All Neon Like", "Jóga", "Hunter", "Isobel", "Hyperballad", "Pluto" [54]
July 15, 1997 Old Truman Brewery (Homogenic album launch) United Kingdom Unknown [55]
April 16, 1998 Stormy Weather (Walden Woods Project benefit concert) United States "Gloomy Sunday", "The Love That Went Out of Style", "What Is This Thing Called Love?" [56]
December 4, 1998 St George's, Brandon Hill (with Brodsky Quartet) United Kingdom "My Funny Valentine", "It's Oh So Quiet", "Hunter", "Jóga", "Anyone Who Had a Heart" [57]
December 9, 1999 Union Chapel (with Brodsky Quartet) United Kingdom "Unravel", "All Neon Like", "Cover Me", "I've Seen It All", "Gotham Lullaby", "Come to Me", "Who Do You Think You Are?", "The Modern Things", "Hyperballad", "Like Someone in Love", "Sod Off", "5 Years", "Anyone Who Had a Heart", "Downtown", "It's Oh So Quiet" [58]
December 11, 1999 Union Chapel (with Brodsky Quartet) United Kingdom "Unravel", "Jóga", "Cover Me", "All Neon Like", "Gotham Lullaby", "I've Seen It All", "You've Been Flirting Again", "Come to Me", "Like Someone in Love", "5 Years", "Hyperballad", "Why?", "Possibly Maybe", "The Anchor Song", "Bachelorette", "Play Dead", "Hunter", "Anyone Who Had a Heart", "Downtown", "Silent Night", "It's Oh So Quiet" [59]
[60]
December 31, 1999 Perlan (with Voices of Europe Choir) Iceland "You've Been Flirting Again", "The Anchor Song" [61]
May 22, 2001 Riverside Church United States "Unravel", "Undo", "All Is Full of Love", "Pagan Poetry", "Cocoon", "Aurora", "It's Not Up to You", "Generous Palmstroke" [62]
[63]
May 22, 2001
April 27, 2002 Coachella Festival United States "All Is Full of Love", "Cocoon", "Jóga", "Generous Palmstroke", "Hunter", "Pagan Poetry", "5 Years", "Isobel", "Gotham Lullaby", "Heirloom", "Bachelorette", "Army of Me", "Human Behaviour", "It's in Our Hands", "Pluto" [64]
[65]
August 13, 2004 2004 Summer Olympics opening ceremony Greece "Oceania" [14]
[66]
July 2, 2005 Live 8 Japan "Pagan Poetry", "All Is Full of Love", "Desired Constellation", "Jóga", "Hyperballad", "Generous Palmstroke", "Bachelorette", "It's in Our Hands" [15]
November 6, 2005 Carnegie Hall (Meredith Monk tribute concert) United States "Gotham Lullaby" [67]
January 7, 2006 Hætta Festival Iceland "Vökuró", "Show Me Forgiveness", "Generous Palmstroke" [68]
April 1, 2007 Styrktartónleikar Forma Iceland "Cover Me", "The Anchor Song", "Immature" [69]
August 10, 2008 Expo 2008 (Toumani Diabaté concert) Spain "Hope", "Softly" [70]
August 26, 2008 Langholtskirkja (Volta acoustic showcase) Iceland "Overture", "Pneumonia", "The Anchor Song", "Cover Me", "My Juvenile", "Immature", "The Dull Flame of Desire", "Vökuró", "Sonnets/Unrealities XI", "Mouth's Cradle", "Oceania", "Who Is It", "It's Oh So Quiet" [71]
December 23, 2008 Christmas Calendar project at Nordic House Iceland "Það á að gefa börnum brauð", "Gilsbakkaþula", "Jólasveinar Ganga Um Gólf", "Jólasveinavísur" [72]
May 8, 2009 Housing Works Bookstore Café (Dirty Projectors concert) United States "On and Ever Onward", "Sharing Orb", "All We Are" [73]
July 19, 2010 Nordic House Iceland "Hjá Lygnri Móðu", "Vertebræ by Vertebræ", "Oceania" [74]
September 20, 2010 Alexander McQueen Memorial Service at St Paul's Cathedral United Kingdom "Gloomy Sunday" [75]
March 18, 2014 Stopp! - Gætum Garðsins Iceland "Jóga", "Sonnets/Unrealities XI", "Mutual Core" [76]
June 28, 2016 Miraikan (Making of Björk Digital) Japan "Quicksand" [77]
[78]

Broadcast performancesEdit

Date Event Country Performed song(s) Ref.
July 2, 1993 Later... with Jools Holland United Kingdom "Aeroplane" [79]
July 3, 1993 Planet Alert United Kingdom "Human Behaviour" [80]
August 13, 1993 The Beat United Kingdom "Big Time Sensuality", "Come to Me", "Venus as a Boy" [81]
September 9, 1993 Top of the Pops United Kingdom "Venus as a Boy" [82]
September 29, 1993 NRK U Norway "Come to Me", "The Anchor Song" [83]
October 13, 1993 Planeta Rock Spain "The Anchor Song", "Come to Me", "Human Behaviour" [84]
October 28, 1993 Top of the Pops United Kingdom "Play Dead" [82]
November 10, 1993 Late Night with Conan O'Brien United States "Human Behaviour" [85]
November 15, 1993 Dance Energy United Kingdom "Big Time Sensuality" [86]
November 21, 1993 120 Minutes United States "Aeroplane", "Venus as a Boy", "Come to Me" [87]
November 22, 1993 MTV's Most Wanted United Kingdom "Come to Me", "The Anchor Song" [88]
December 2, 1993 Top of the Pops United Kingdom "Big Time Sensuality" [82]
December 5, 1993 Smash Hits Poll Winners Party United Kingdom "Big Time Sensuality" [89]
February 14, 1994 1994 BRIT Awards United Kingdom "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction" (with PJ Harvey) [2]
February 16, 1994 Nulle Part Ailleurs France "Violently Happy" [90]
March 8, 1994 Le Cercle de Minuit France "Violently Happy", "Human Behaviour" [91]
March 17, 1994 Top of the Pops United Kingdom "Violently Happy" [82]
April 15, 1994 The Tonight Show with Jay Leno United States "Big Time Sensuality" [92]
June 7, 1994 Festivalbar Italy "Big Time Sensuality" [93]
June 17, 1994 MTV's Most Wanted United Kingdom "Human Behaviour", "Big Time Sensuality" [94]
September 1, 1994 MTV Unplugged United Kingdom "Human Behaviour", "One Day", "Come to Me", "Big Time Sensuality", "Aeroplane", "Like Someone in Love", "Crying", "The Anchor Song", "Violently Happy" [4]
[5]
November 24, 1994 1994 MTV Europe Music Awards Germany "Big Time Sensuality" (with Fluke) [3]
April 20, 1995 Top of the Pops United Kingdom "Army of Me" (with Skunk Anansie) [82]
April 22, 1995 The White Room United Kingdom "Army of Me", "I Miss You" [95]
April 23, 1995 Top of the Pops United Kingdom "Army of Me" [82]
June 13, 1995 Festivalbar Italy "Army of Me" [96]
June 17, 1995 Later... with Jools Holland United Kingdom "Hyperballad", "Possibly Maybe", "Venus as a Boy" [97]
August 16, 1995 Late Show with David Letterman United States "Hyperballad" [98]
August 17, 1995 Top of the Pops United Kingdom
(Live from New York)
"Isobel" [82]
August 24, 1995 Top of the Pops United Kingdom "Isobel" [82]
November 2, 1995 The Tonight Show with Jay Leno United States "It's Oh So Quiet" [99]
November 23, 1995 Top of the Pops United Kingdom "It's Oh So Quiet" [82]
December 3, 1995 Smash Hits Poll Winners Party United Kingdom "It's Oh So Quiet" [100]
December 14, 1995 Top of the Pops United Kingdom "It's Oh So Quiet" [82]
January 11, 1996 TFI Friday United Kingdom "Possibly Maybe" [101]
January 13, 1996 Jack Dee's Saturday Night United Kingdom "It's Oh So Quiet" [102]
February 18, 1996 Taratata France "It's Oh So Quiet" [103]
April 19, 1996 TFI Friday United Kingdom "I Miss You" [104]
September 13, 1996 Top of the Pops Weekend United Kingdom "Isobel", "Possibly Maybe", "Hyperballad" [105]
November 8, 1996 Top of the Pops United Kingdom "Possibly Maybe" [82]
March 4, 1997 1997 Nordic Council Music Prize Norway "Hyperballad", "You've Been Flirting Again", "5 Years" [106]
March 14, 1997 Comic Relief United Kingdom ”Short Term Affair” (with Tony Ferrino) [107]
September 19, 1997 TFI Friday United Kingdom "Jóga" [108]
October 3, 1997 Top of the Pops United Kingdom "Jóga" [82]
October 18, 1997 Saturday Night Live United States "Bachelorette" [9]
November 6, 1997 1997 MTV Europe Music Awards Netherlands "Bachelorette" [8]
November 29, 1997 Later... with Jools Holland United Kingdom "Bachelorette", "Hunter", "Jóga" [97]
February 11, 1998 Nulle Part Ailleurs France "Jóga", "Bachelorette" [109]
February 14, 1998 MTV Live 'n' Loud United Kingdom "You've Been Flirting Again", "Isobel", "Human Behaviour", "Bachelorette", "Jóga", "Pluto" [4]
May 22, 1998 The Tonight Show with Jay Leno United States "Bachelorette" [110]
June 20, 1998 Hit Machine France "Hunter", "Bachelorette" [111]
October 16, 1998 Later... with Jools Holland United Kingdom "So Broken" [107]
December 5, 1998 CD:UK United Kingdom "Alarm Call" [112]
December 31, 1999 2000Today Iceland "The Anchor Song" [113]
March 25, 2001 73rd Academy Awards United States "I've Seen It All" [10]
August 18, 2001 Top of the Pops United Kingdom "Hidden Place" [82]
September 4, 2001 Late Show with David Letterman United States "Pagan Poetry" [39]
October 19, 2001 The Tonight Show with Jay Leno United States "Cocoon" [114]
January 14, 2002 NEWS23 Japan "Pagan Poetry", "Generous Palmstroke" [115]
February 26, 2002 Johnny Vaughan Tonight United Kingdom "Cocoon" [116]
March 2, 2002 Friday Night with Jonathan Ross United Kingdom "Cocoon" [117]
March 6, 2002 Die Harald Schmidt Show Germany "Cocoon" [118]
March 9, 2002 Victoires de la Musique France "It's Not Up to You" [119]
March 22, 2002 Top of the Pops United Kingdom "Cocoon" [107]
May 28, 2002 Music Planet 2Nite Germany "Unravel", "Pagan Poetry", "Cocoon", "All Is Full of Love" [120]
June 11, 2003 Gilles Peterson Show United Kingdom
(Live from Barcelona)
"Heirloom", "Generous Palmstroke", "Síðasta Ég", "It's in Our Hands" [121]
October 15, 2003 Fashion Rocks United Kingdom "Bachelorette" [122]
October 8, 2004 Friday Night with Jonathan Ross United Kingdom "Who Is It" [123]
October 10, 2004 Gilles Peterson Show United Kingdom "Pleasure Is All Mine", "Show Me Forgiveness", "Sonnets/Unrealities XI", "Vökuró", "Who Is It" [124]
October 25, 2004 Album de la Semaine France "Sonnets/Unrealities XI", "Show Me Forgiveness", "Pleasure Is All Mine", "Desired Constellation", "Who Is It", "Vökuró" [125]
April 21, 2007 Saturday Night Live United States "Earth Intruders", "Wanderlust" [126]
June 8, 2007 Later... with Jools Holland United Kingdom "Earth Intruders", "The Anchor Song", "Declare Independence" [97]
September 27, 2007 Late Night with Conan O'Brien United States "Wanderlust" [127]
February 27, 2011 Átta Raddir Iceland "Pleasure Is All Mine", "Hjá Lygnri Móðu", "Immature", "Aurora", "Oceania", "Cover Me", "Sun in My Mouth", "Where Is the Line" [128]
November 25, 2011 Later... with Jools Holland United Kingdom "Crystalline", "Thunderbolt", "Cosmogony" [129]
January 31, 2012 The Colbert Report United States "Cosmogony" [130]
May 22, 2018 Later... with Jools Holland United Kingdom "Courtship", "The Anchor Song", "The Gate", "Blissing Me" [131]

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