Watch Bjork's Incredible New Video for "family"

by Elizabeth Thompson

Following Bjork's creepy new sea-anemone-chic "lionsong" video, and the gutting  MoMA-commissioned short film for "Black Lake" -- in which fluid flows down the singer as she splits in two, collecting between her legs -- we get something that is somewhere in the middle: Otherworldy, eerie and amazingly yonic. Directed by Andrew Thomas Huang and described as the "moving album cover" for Vulnicura, we see Bjork morph in an out of a molten, fluid form and her physical self, stitching a pink gash in her chest with thread that flows out of it. Indeed, in the sacred words of Azealia Banks by way of Playboy, "pussy is way more sacred than penis."

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