Bjork’s 360-Degree “Stonermilker” Video Is Now On YouTube: Watch

Christina Lee | June 5, 2015 8:52 am
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Back in March, Bjork allowed fans in New York and London be the first to see her 3D “Stonermilker” video, directed by Andrew Thomas Huang. Now, Dazed has exclusively premiered the clip for the rest of the world to see.

Throughout, Bjork sings and dances at the same Reykjavik, Iceland beach where she wrote the Vulnicura opener. Soon she walks to outside the frame  — the viewer’s cue to either pull the screen use the compass at the top left corner to follow her. Then about halfway through the clip, up to three Bjorks appear on the rocky shore.

“Intimacy was the goal of this project, giving Björk the open, unrestricted stage on which to perform, and giving audiences a one-on-one experience with her through [virtual reality],” Huang tells Dusted. “The shoot was spontaneous, decided in a late-night conversation between me and Björk while we had VR gear with us in Iceland – the cyclical format of the 360° was perfect for the circular fugue structure of ‘Stonemilker’.”

Watch Bjork’s innovative “Stonermilker” video and find out more about its making at Dazed.

Get an eyeful of even more pop music coverage, from artist interviews to exclusive performances, on Idolator’s YouTube channel.