WATCH: Bjork shares video for new song 'Blissing Me'

'Blissing Me' is taken from the Icelandic singer's tenth album Utopia, which is due to be released on November 24th.

Described as her "Tinder album", has said that it will be more optimistic thematically than her previous album, Vulcan and will comprise of 14 tracks, while also featuring a 12-piece Icelandic flute section.

In September, Bjork shared the first single from Utopia, titled 'The Gate', in which she wore a bespoke Gucci dress that took approximately 870 hours to make.

'Blissing Me' was directed by Emma Dalzell and Tim Walker, and can be viewed below:

 

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