Iceland band Sigur Ros have launched a music video for their recent track Gobbledigook featuring men and women in full nudity. The music video is inspired by nude photography icon Ryan McGinley, in particular his recent “I Know Where The Summer Goes” exhibition.
Young white men and women run, carouse, sit, play, bounce and fall in a variety of outdoor settings. Due to the level of nudity (full frontal male and female) Sigur Ros have a stills version on YouTube, with a link to the quicktime video on their site.
Making Of Gobbledigook
Filming on May 10 was directed by fellow Icelanders Arni & Kinski (Stefan Arni and Siggi Kinski). This YouTube video below shows behind-the-scenes of the actors (mostly dressed) preparing for the shoots.
Click on the image below to play the video in YouTube
Gobbledigook is the first track from the Sigur Ros album, Med Sud I Eyrum Vid Spilum Endalaust, to be released in mid June.