She says it’s her most ambitious music video to date.
Bjork debuts chilling artistic visual for “Black Lake.”
Leave it to Bjork to unveil a wildly bizarre yet stunning music video for another “Vulnicura” track, this time a 10-minute clip of dramatic displays shot in a deserted Icelandic cave. Previously, the video full “Black Lake” video found its home at Bjork’s exhibit at the New York’s Museum of Modern Art, but today becomes fully available for streaming (in 1440 HD no less).
“I’m very proud of ‘Black Lake’,” says director Andrew Thomas Huang. “Björk wrote the song while sat in a ravine. It is our first chapter in creating the character for Björk’s epic soul journey about loss, healing and the promise of solutions.” “because of the emotional weight and power of the song, and the rigorous conceptual development that we had over many months in planning it correctly. ‘Black Lake’ is one of the most ambitious music videos I’ve done,” Huang continues, “because of the emotional weight and power of the song, and the rigorous conceptual development that we had over many months in planning it correctly.”
Watch it here:
Bjork wrote a lengthy letter thanking those who helped create the video and says “it was a complex yet adventurous process to synchronize with so many departments.” Read it here.