Björk used her passionate single “ovule” to explore the fragility and uniqueness of love in all its complex forms. Now, Sega Bodega, known for his glitchy, industrial-inspired sounds and big, cinematic floor-fillers, has drawn out the track’s tension and reflected its delicate beauty. The remix reaches further heights with epic additional vocals by rising star Shygirl.
“ovule ft. Shygirl (Sega Bodega remix)” emphasises the track’s majestic percussive elements, Sega Bodega describes making it as, “kind of a full circle moment here, for me at least. The three of us had an evening of all listening to music we loved at Shy’s place last year and after absorbing that the remix came together pretty quickly – we like things fast.”
A visual for the track was created by M/M Paris: https://youtu.be/D99nPVXWtPc
The original version of “ovule”, from her Grammy-nominated album fossora (named as one of The New York Times’ and Pitchfork’s Albums of the Year) came in September with a music video creative-directed by Björk and directed by Nick Knight.