Icelandic musician Bjork has released a 360-degree music video for her latest track Stonemilker.
Having already released an interactive album and a 3D music video, Bjork’s latest piece, which was directed by Andrew Thomas Huang, hit the internet on Friday and is likely to leave viewers with a strong desire to visit the songstress’s homeland.
The clip debuted earlier in the year at the Museum of Modern Art’s (MoMA’s) Bjork retrospective, but it was several months before finally becoming available on YouTube.
The Stonemilker video, shot on an Icelandic beach, has been described as a visual masterpiece that adds to a number of awesome experiences Bjork has given her fans over the years. It features the musician moving around stunning rocky terrain while singing into the camera, and highlights the untouched beauty that Iceland has to offer.
To enjoy the 360-degree experience it’s easy, simply drag your curser around the screen and take in the uniqueness of the North Atlantic island while enjoying the sound of its most renowned musical exports.
In recent years, Iceland has developed into one of the world’s most sought after tourist destinations, with visitors flocking from far and wide to witness its stunning fjords, fiery volcanoes and unrivaled landscape.