fka twigs has made her entire archive available online
Prepare to lose a lot of time to fkatwi.gs.
FKA Twigs isn't one to give up much of herself in the media, she prefers to let her work do the talking, and this week, it was shouting. Shortly after announcing the release of Soundtrack 7 — the 35 minute long video project made during her 2015 Manchester International Festival residency —the singer has launched an entire site dedicated to her archives. A joint venture with International Magic and British artist Matthew Stone, fkatwi.gs gives fans access to never-before-seen films and projects. Twigs described the site as a place to "discover unseen work and join the dots between the projects I've made."
Split across four categories — Watch, Listen, Look, and Shop — it has enough material to digest hours of your time. While many fans have been holding out for news of a new album, we'll accept this as a very, very generous consolation prize.
Text Wendy Syfret
Images via katwi.gs