Björk, always one to innovate, is back again with yet another mind-blowing music video. The song is called Mutual Core from her last album Biophilia and the video was directed by Los Angeles resident Andrew Thomas Huang. Though Huang is a relatively new to directing, this video stands at equal level to some of Gondry’s finest work for the Icelandic siren. The video starts with Björk buried nearly to her waist in sand, with odd creature-like things swirling around her. From there the video becomes explosive, dripping with magma and sexual suggestions. I’m also surprised by how great the song is, for some reason I don’t remember it from the album. Huang does well to match the mood, rhythm and tone of the song to make one of the finest videos I’ve seen this year.