Bjork's new video for 'Mutual Core' makes geology look downright perverted

This stunning new video for "Mutual Core" makes us wish we had Bjӧrk for a geology teacher. Buried waist-deep in sand and surrounded by dancing rocks, she schools us in the ways of seasonal shifts and the shuffling of tectonic plates. But as the Atlantic ridge drifts to counteract the distance between herself and the object of her desire, the sedimental layers are ruptured by the sexual tension, what results in an explosion of volcanic activity. Science has never been so sexy.


The video was directed by Andrew Thomas-Huang, and the song can be found on Bjӧrk's latest album, Biophilia.



The entire album seems really interesting...each track refers to phenomena in astronomy, physics or biology.…