Björk's unreal vocal range mixed with the visuals and imagery will blow your mind. She is a genius and the directors Warren Du Preez and Nick Thornton Jones have created a masterpiece of visually intriguing and inspiring thoughts
As a follow-up for the VR experience she released last April, Björk has shared a new music video for ‘Notget’ off of her 2015 album, Vulnicura. The video, directed by Warren Du Preez and Nick Thornton Jones, begins with the singer/producer in a sort of metamorphic cocoon state set in a noir-esque atmosphere. In this sequence, the track’s eerie and hypnotic synthesized instrumentation coupled with the impacting string overture and Björk’s phantasmal vocal range produces a precarious, almost apprehensive mood. The emotion with which she sings and the captivation of the lyrical narrative brings the tension to the boiling point, right up until things take a turn as our protagonist goes through what feels like a long-awaited state of evolution, emerging as a radiant, brightly-colored deity. From there, we will let the video speak for itself.