"Hidden Place" is a song by Icelandic recording artist Björk, taken from her fourth English language (fifth overall) album, Vespertine (2001). It was written by Björk, Guy Sigsworth and Mark Bell and produced by Björk. "Hidden Place" was released as a lead single from Vespertine on August 3, 2001.
Björk explains the song's title :
'Hidden Place' is sort of about how two people can create a paradise just by uniting. You've got an emotional location that's mutual. And it's unbreakable. And obviously it's make-believe. So, you could argue that it doesn't exist because it's invisible, but of course it does.
"Hidden Place" has received positive reviews from critics and fans.
The music video for the song was directed by art directors/graphic designers M/M Paris as well as photographers Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin. It featured various fluids flowing in and out of Björk's facial orifices, such as her eyes, nose, and mouth. The idea was first thought for the "I've Seen It All" music video, but was later cancelled.
The directors of the video also designed the Vespertine graphics, and would design all the graphics for Björk's next projects. File Hashes
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