Dig Out The Queen Of Experimental Alternative-Pop Björk As She Celebrates & Announces Her Cornucopia Tour By Unleashing “Losss” Musique Video!

The Queen of experimental alternative-pop Bjork has unleashed a brand-spankin' new musique video for her new single entitled“losss”. Off her  2017 record Utopia, Bjork is celebrating by announcing her uniquely created Cornucopia Tour.

Thee enchanting and mesmerizing aesthetics translates a varitety of facial motions in impeccable unison displayed as a duet between animated beings. They metamorphosize through distinguishing forms of shellfish and ocean plants.

Originally created for Björk’s new stage concert, which she announced today she's taking on the road with artist collaborator Tobias Gremmler.  Björk previously mashed potatoed with Tobias on her musique video for the tune “tabula rasa” in which he directed.

Bjork had the following to say about Gremmler’s work and her own approach to the tune’s vocals in the caption for the video:

"no one captures digital sensuality like him, elegant and expressive !!!! this is made for the multiple screens of cornucopia and we share it all here on 1 for your laptop screen … we based the visuals on the conversations between our inner optimist and pessimist, when I recorded this I tried to sing in a deeper tone for one of them in the left speaker and a higher optimist in the right. and if you listen on headphones it will match the imagery."

Björk also specified the special attributes her Cornucopia show entailed. It features multiple eccentric costumes, immersive sound, video projections, and a 50-person Icelandic choir. Labeled a “sci-fi pop concert” and “digital theater” experience. The production started in New York back in May and is now gearing towards Mexico and Europe later this year.

Dig out Björk's astoundingly enchanting  “losss” musique video featured right below!

Björk Cornucopia Tour

Aug. 17 – Mexico City @ Parque Bicentenario
Aug. 20 – Mexico City @ Parque Bicentenario
Aug. 23 – Mexico City @ Parque Bicentenario
Aug. 27 – Mexico City @ Parque Bicentenario
Nov. 13 – Brussels @ Forest National
Nov. 16 – Luxembourg City @ den Atelier
Nov. 19 – London @ The 02
Nov. 25 – Glasgow @ The SSE Hydro
Nov. 28 – Dublin @ 3Arena

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