InMutual Core,” recorded by Björk for her seventh album Biophilia, “the earth’s geology is a metaphor for human relationships. Eruptions and earthquakes, the building of continents, the formation of mountain ranges and oceanic trenches: all are powerful signs of the earth’s structure and mechanics. Represented musically by the violent interruption of block rocking beats, video director Andrew Thomas Huang here depicts the push and pull of tectonic plates with anthropomorphized rocks, lava and sand encircling Björk in dance, their psychedelic innards resembling the frayed strands of a Fritz Haeg rug.” Take a look at this creative meaningful new video: Bjӧrk – Mutual Core – OFFICIAL – Art + Music – MOCAtv Bjork, an Icelandic musician, has created many expressive and unique songs. She is one of the kind, who represent everything but ordinary. The way she sings, the way she dresses and the way she thinks. Most of the time make me think that she is from another planet. Here is an early famous music video that I loved: Björk – Human Behavior (Official Music Video) There is one song called Declare Independence makes her controversial in many different countries especially in Asia. If you are interested, take a look at the video below. Björk – Declare Independence (Official Music Video) If you are a Björk fan, don’t miss the chance to visit the special exhibit at the Museum of Modern Art in New York next year! Art and music, in a new sensual way.