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The story behind the video for “Stonemilker” starts like this, according to Björk: “we found ourselves in Iceland one day with nothing to do and a 360 camera lying about.”

Classic Björk problem. The Icelandic pop wizardess solved it by taking the camera out to her country’s rocky surf, singing and dancing around the lens in a flowing yellow dress. You can navigate through the video by using the arrows in the top-left corner, taking in a gorgeous sunset in the process.

The video, directed by Andrew Huang, was original premiered in three museums and viewable only through virtual-reality headsets. YouTube isn’t quite at that level yet, but “Stonemilker” still offers a look into a possible future for music videos.

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