September 25, 2022

A brand new album from Björk is on the way in which. However earlier than we get to listen to Fossora in its entirety later this month, the avant-pop legend has shared one other pattern of it at present with the brand new single “Ovule” and an accompanying music video.

“Ovule” begins with Björk’s one-of-a-kind vocals over a delicate horn melody: “I’ve positioned a glass egg above us floating/ An oval ovule in a darkish blood crimson void/ Carries our digital selves, embracing and kissing,” she sings. In a while, an industrial beat is available in to present the monitor some groove. “In the dead of night blood crimson oval void/ Our lovemaking avatars in a shell,” which sounds a bit like a metaphor for courting apps, however who is aware of.

Björk wrote a bit extra about “Ovule” on social media:

ovule for me is my definition of affection
it’s a meditation about us as lovers strolling round this world
and that i think about 2 spheres or satellites following us round
one above us that represents preferrred love
one beneath us representing the shadows of affection
and we ourselves stroll round within the third sphere of actual love ,
the place the on a regular basis monday-morning meet-in-the-kitchen-love lives in

See Björk put on some intricate robes with gems on her face within the Nick Knight-directed video for “Ovule” beneath.

“Ovule” follows the previously-released single “Atopos.” Fossora is due out September thirtieth, and pre-orders are ongoing. Additionally on Björk’s schedule is a podcast collection about her discography in addition to performances at Primavera Sound’s new Latin American festivals.

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