“All Neon Like” is a song by Icelandic musician Björk. The song was written by Björk and produced by the singer and British producer Mark Bell for Björk’s fourth studio album, Homogenic (1997).
Snippets of the lyrics from “All Neon Like” were first released in the form of a poem entitled Techno Prayer, which Björk published in the July, 1996 edition of Details magazine. It featured thematic ideas that she would later explore in her 2001 studio album Vespertine, such as cocooning and thread-weaving. Björk confirmed the production and title of the track in an AOL chat interview in early 1997.
The song’s production is a collaborative effort between Björk and LFO’s Mark Bell, who was credited for the majority of the album’s production. Björk had wanted Mark Bell to contribute to her albums Debut and Post, but he was only available for Homogenic. Like the rest of the album, it was recorded at El Cortijo Studios in Málaga, Spain.