Watch Björk’s New 360 Degree Virtual Reality Music Video
Written by Mitch Feltscheer on 9th June, 2015
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Because shining gem of a human being Bjork is, well Bjork, and never does anything the ~usual~ way, here’s her brand new video for single Stonemilker, off last year’s Vulnicura album, in 360 motherflippin’ degrees.
Filmed in her native Iceland in what barely looks like suitably warm clothing, the clip sees Bjork moving throughout the seriously pretty landscape and lets the viewer control the camera, allowing you to follow Bjork around like in some tutorial mission for a first-person shooter. Maybe that’s a weird comparison, I’ll admit I’ve spent most of the long weekend playing video games.
The video was originally exclusively apart of Bjork’s current residency at the Museum of Modern Art in New York, only available via Oculus Rift virtual reality headgear but has today been uploaded to YouTube for all us plebs.
Give it a literal spin below.
Watch: Björk – Stonemilker (360 Degree)
Click here to get the full 360 experience.