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FKA Twigs is back with her brand new track, 'Cellophane'

It's her first song in three years, and kicks off a run to a second album expected later this year.
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Published: 7:30 pm, April 24, 2019
FKA Twigs is back with her brand new track, 'Cellophane'

FKA Twigs has dropped her much anticipated new track.

Titled 'Cellophane', it's her first song in three years, and kicks off a run to a second album expected later this year.

Five years on since the release of debut full-length 'LP1', we've had 2015's 'M3LL155X' EP since, as well as the odd appearance in various short films and ads. Her last new material proper was 2016's 'Good To Love'.

Clocking in at around three and a half minutes, you can stream 'Cellophane' alongside an Andrew Thomas Huang directed video below.

As FKA Twigs explains in a tweet, she learned to pole-dance in order to film the video, based on a "visual narrative" which came to her "immediately" after writing it over a year ago.

FKA Twigs has a bunch of live shows in the works over the coming months. The current details read:

May
7 Venue TBA, Los Angeles CA, USA
8 Venue TBA, Los Angeles CA, USA
11 Park Avenue Armory (Red Bull Music Festival), New York NY, USA (sold out)
12 Park Avenue Armory (Red Bull Music Festival), New York NY, USA (sold out)
24 Venue TBA, Berlin, Germany
28 Venue TBA, London, UK
30 Primavera Sound, Barcelona, Spain

June
1 We Love Green, Paris, France
9 Carriageworks, Sydney, Australia
14 Dark Mofo at Mac 2, Hogart, Australia

August
25 AFROPUNK Festival, Brooklyn NY, USA

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