Bjork's music video for "Utopia," out today, is as insane and visually gorgeous as you'd expect from the Icelandic visionary. It also made us really dizzy and even slightly nauseous from sensory overload, in the best of ways.
The video for the title track of Bjork's new album brings her to a fleshy pink floating oasis, where the singer plays a flute and is surrounded by other ethereal flute players. The visuals and audio combined provide something the likes of which has never really been seen before, and which takes a couple viewings to settle into and to begin to pretend to understand.
"Utopia" follows the music videos for "Blissing Me" and "The Gate." It was directed by Warren Du Preez and Nick Thornton Jones. Take a look below: