It isn’t surprising to say that the new video from Björk is rather grand, even if it seems to be set in the confines of a small dark place. In the clip for Biophilia cut “Mutual Core”–which was directed by Andrew Thomas Huang–Björk stands waist deep in a pit of sand, as rocks move all around her. Lava explosions then ensue and a creature of strange proportions is borne. Watch it below.
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