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.