Bjork has released a video for Mutual Core, a track featured on her 2011 album, Biophilia - an album which fused music, nature and technology.
Commissioned by LA art museum, MOCA, the video premiered on their MOCAtv YouTube channel, and is a little teaser ahead of the soon to be released remixed version of Biophilia due out on Nov 19th. The reimagined LP, entitled Bastards, will include two new mixes of Mutual Core by Matthew Herbert and These New Puritans. There will also be remixes of other tracks by Death Grips, 16-bit, Alva Noto, Hudson Mohawke, Omar Souleyman and The Slips.
Directed by L.A.-based artist Andrew Thomas Huang, the video is a visual journey through the singer's tempestuous relationship with the environment around her - basically if you imagine Bjork buried waist deep in sand, shifting tectonic plates, styled in her signature eclectic and avant garde way - then you've got the gist of this video!