A million tiny cherubs have once again materialized in the form of Icelandic architect of her own musical landscape Björk, who just blessed us with a visual for “Blissing Me,” the second taste she’s granted us of her forthcoming ninth album Utopia.
In what feels like a nod to Vespertine, the track’s gentle harps and soft vocals tell a tale of falling in love with your crush, falling in love with love itself, and swapping mixtapes over SMS: “All of my mouth was kissing him / Now into the air I am missing him / Is this excess texting a blessing / Or just two music nerds obsessing.”
The song and accompanying visual is an assemblage of titansArca co-produced, Emma Dalzell and Tim Walker directed, and newcomer Hungry makes an appearance as MUA, who we’re completely obsessed with. The entire video was reportedly shot in one take, according to Pitchfork.
Revisit “The Gate,” here.