Published Nov 20, 2012Believe it or not, we're already 15 videos deep into Icelandic post-rock troupe Sigur Rós's Valtari Film Experiment, and the latest instalment is yet another interpretation of Valtari track "Varúð."
Björn Flóki directed this version, and it finds a young girl in a factory collecting scrap bits of metal, wire and kitchenware to make herself a helmet, which she dons while observing the wreckage of a post-apocalyptic landscape from the ledge of a busted-up building. Elsewhere (in the past, or in her mind... it's best not to think it over too hard), the girl traverses a river way, and decides it's totally a normal idea to take a nap beside a raging waterfall.
You can check the latest set of visuals for the song down below.
As previously reported, Sigur Rós will be taking all of the videos to theatres worldwide, including stops in Canada. You can check the details here.
The band will also be heading out on a North American tour in 2013 with some Canadian dates, which you can check out here.