OK, Björk's Homogenic is an old album now - it was released in 1997 - but still, it doesn't sound old!
First because the instrumental combination of big infrabass beats with violin cream remains innovative. It's funny by the way because many artists rushed on electro-acoustic music but I think nothing has been better or as good as that. I'm probably biased.
Anyway Björk must like this song too because she keeps singing it at nearly every gig and always in different versions. Sometimes the strings are replaced by brass, sometimes it's only strings, and so on... And everytime it's genius.
The video got a lot of publicity even though I don't find it extraordinary. But still, I'm gonna post it:
I remember a documentary (yeah, they even make documentaries about Björk, crazy people), in which she explained the song Hunter was about a thing her grandmother was telling her about swans that, at some point in their life, decide whether they're gonna live in a couple or stay hunters. To my eyes, it doesn't appear clearly in the lyrics. Nevertheless, in the music and the voice, that starts softly and then thunders, there is something I find beautiful, there is the image of that person who is strong enough to decide to live alone.