Björk goes totally tactile with “Mutual Core,” her latest music video directed by Los Angeles based visual artist and filmmaker Andrew Huang. Try studying this work of art — the vid, not the Icelandic maven’s choice of wears— but please don’t get lost in the animated bursts of fiery lava. You just might miss what seamlessly brings this creative vid together.
If you didn’t know, “Mutual Core” is just one of many tunes remixed and/or reinvented from Björk’s 2011 Biophilia album, to be released as follow-up LP entitled bastards, dropping November 19. The album, which features producers and artists including Death Grips, Hudson Mohawke, Current Value, Omar Souleyman, 16-Bit and The Slips, also serves as a multimedia cacophony for which Björk also “collaborated with app developers, scientists, writers, inventors, musicians and instrument makers to create a multimedia exploration of the universe and its physical forces—particularly those where music, nature, and technology meet.” We can dig it.
Listen to the Matthew Herbert remix of “Mutual Core” below.