Björk is keeping the momentum of her latest LP fossora going by sharing a music video for the album’s title track.
In typical Björk fashion, the “fossora” video comes chock-full of trippy visuals that make you feel like a bug roaming around the forest floor — this is coming from her self-described “mushroom album,” after all, and a press release describes the clip as “an extension of the world she molded” for fossora. Superimposed on these hallucinatory clips is Björk singing, giving an elaborate, colorful outfit and makeup as she’s surrounded by an eight-piece wind section composed of clarinet, bass clarinet, and oboe.
Things only get freakier in the song’s latter half when the booming bass kicks in, as the fungal footage and videos of the musicians become even more intertwined — as if replicating a somewhat bad or overwhelming psychedelic trip. Watch Björk in the “fossora” video, which she also co-directed herself, below.
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