The VR experience follows the Björk Digital exhibition that toured the world around the release of Vulnicura. The virtual reality exhibit featured 360-degree videos to accompany songs on the album.
The footage was captured by director Andy Thomas Huang, and it was shot on a 360 camera on a beach in Iceland back in November 2014.
Audiences got a sampling of what's to come with the interactive 360-degree clip for "Stonemilker."
"The whole process has been an improvisation, trying to keep faith in formats," Björk said in a statement. "It is too easy for musicians to turn pessimistic after CDs have evaporated, but I wanted to try to have courage to grow along with how 360 sound and vision tech was growing. With every challenge try to turn it into an additional gift for the ideology in the music."
Read her full statement and watch a trailer for the Vulnicura VR project below.
i am so happy to share finally the complete version of vulnicura VR with all the songs now available in one place - it is a digital home for all the virtual reality videos we made , and will be released this friday 6th september pic.twitter.com/0JVG593eTu— björk (@bjork) September 3, 2019