FKA Twigs Debuts New Documentary Called ‘Soundtrack 7’

Last week, FKA twigs celebrated the worldwide release of her new film "Soundtrack 7". The 35-minute “abstract autobiographical” documentary was first previewed earlier this year at the Brooklyn Academy of Music, then aired on BBC Four last month. Now, everyone can watch it in full. Enjoy.

I find FKA Twigs so intriguing.

Everything she does – from every film clip, every live performance to her expression through words, social media updates, dance performance and documentaries – I will stop whatever I am doing, and I will watch.

She is the definition of a unique individual and that’s probably why I’m such a big fan of hers.

And now, FKA Twigs has released a new film titled “Soundtrack 7” for the public. YES!

Described as an “abstract autobiographical” documentary, the film is a collection of live performances from last year’s Manchester International Film Festival.

“Soundtrack 7” is a collection of original live performances from last year’s Manchester International Festival, which Twigs initially captured in seven separate films.

The alt-R&B singer has previously described the project as “flesh, sweat, feeling, muscle, and a live movement, no air brushing, no frills.”

Among the performances featured in the film are EP2 tracks ‘How’s That’ and ‘Ultraviolet’ along with Twigs’ recent single ‘Good to Love’ and a recital of the Thomas Wyatt poem ‘I Find No Peace’.

Press play above, turn up the volume and pay attention.