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FKA twigs is playing London's Brixton Academy in November

The date is in support of her second album, 'Magdalene'.
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Published: 10:40 am, September 10, 2019
FKA twigs is playing London's Brixton Academy in November

Following news of her second album, FKA twigs has announced a new UK tour.

The live stint will see her play shows all over Europe, including a solitary date in the UK. Catch her at London's O2 Academy Brixton on 25th November.

'Magdalene' is due on 25th October via Young Turks, preceded by new single 'holy terrain ft. Future', which you can check out below.

Recorded between London, New York and Los Angeles over the last three years, the record features contributions from a number of collaborators, including Nicolas Jaar, Skrillex and Jack Antonoff.

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