Björk has shared a new single, “Ovule,” from her forthcoming LP Fossora. The track comes with a video reuniting Björk with Nick Knight, who directed the “Pagan Poetry” video in her Vespertine era.
Björk published a poetic description of the track onto social media: "Ovule for me is my definition of love / it is a meditation about us as lovers walking around this world / and i imagine 2 spheres or satellites following us around / one above us that represents ideal love / one below us representing the shadows of love / and we ourselves walk around in the third sphere of real love, / where the everyday monday-morning meet-in-the-kitchen-love lives in."
The video for "Ovule" shows Björk in a variety of extravagant dresses while dirt is poured on her in the dark and she submerges herself in water. “Ovule” follows Fossora's lead single “Atopos” and its mushroom-rave video, directed by Vidar Logi.
Fossora is the follow-up to 2017’s Utopia. The record, which Björk has described as a "mushroom album" arrives September 30. In the meantime, Björk recently launched a podcast called Björk: Sonic Symbolism. The first three episodes document Debut, Post, and Homogenic.
Watch the video for "Ovule" below.
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