Explore Bjork's Mouth in Tantalizing New Music Video

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Visual artist Jesse Kanda explores Bjork's mouth in the visceral music video for her song "Mouth Mantra." And in case the dizzyng close-ups of the singer's tongue, teeth, and lips aren't intimate enough for you, the video will soon be made available to view in 360 degrees via Brjok's virtual reality app.

"It was brave of [Kanda] to take it on and I feel spoiled having witnessed him grow, making hi tech mouth models and inventing cameras all to match a little therapeutic song about the throat," Bjork tells Dazed.

"If there’s one thing I’d like for people to take away from this video, it's the power of vulnerability," Kanda adds.

Watch below.

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