With the overwhelming similarity of many of today's songstresses and pop stars, some comfort can be found in the fact that Björk has maintained her eccentricity. The Icelandic singer has remained steadfast in artistic exploration, not only in her music but also in her music videos.
Björk has been hard at work in preparation for her upcoming LP, "Biophilia," with roles including directing, producing, and art directing the video for her new single, "Moon." The singer got help along the way from the likes of Inez & Vinoodh, M/M Paris and James Merry. The performance-oriented video finds Björk at the center of whimsical visual motifs that highlight the artist's dream-like aesthetic. A transparent moon moves rapidly through the lunar cycle while the singer's soaring vocals remain front and center. Björk is known for embracing the music video medium, beginning with her Spike Jones-directed 1995 video for "It's Oh So Quiet" and her more experimental work such as "Hyper-Ballad." "Biophilia" will be released on October 10th and in North America on October, 11th.
You can view the music video for Bjork's new single, "Moon," below and see more here.
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