Those who have always regarded Björk as existing in an alternative reality won't be surprised to encounter the new video for 'Notget', from 2015's album, Vulnicura.
Featuring an avatar of the outlandish Icelandic siren, it depicts her body as a combination of geothermal and pyrotechnic forces, encapsulating the fearsome and essential creativity she possesses - a power that could illuminate Reykjavik's streetlamps through the darkest winter days.
It follows in the impressive visual footsteps of the videos to 'Black Lake', 'Family' and the 360-degree VR video for 'Stonemilker'. If directors Warren du Preez and Nick Thornton Jones haven't lined up the 'Notget' video game, they may have missed a trick.
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