FKA Twigs has dropped one other music video from her latest LP Caprisongs, this time for “Which Manner,” that includes Dystopia. The low-fi video was directed by Aidan Zamiri, who additionally helmed her “Honda” and “Oh My Love” movies.
On this video, Twigs and her buddies wander across the streets of London, passing landmarks like Massive Ben and the London Eye. The music’s lyrics seem onscreen, reflecting the visuals: “Once I was strolling by means of the London metropolis lights/I met the satan and he smiled at me/Stated you’re going the flawed method.”
Twigs just lately spoke with Rolling Stone about working with Zamiri on the video for “Honda.” “Yolo, like with me it’s simply something to get the shot,” she mentioned. “Working with Aiden Zamiri has been unbelievable, he’s a genius. ‘Honda’ for me is sort of a good definition of a caprivid as a result of it’s tremendous quick and cheeky and it leaves you wanting extra.”
The singer launched Caprisongs in January. The 17-song effort marked her first assortment of recent music since 2019’s Magdalene and options appearances by the Weeknd, Jorja Smith, Daniel Caesar, and Shygirl. Previous to releasing Caprisongs and her 2021 single “Tears within the Membership,” FKA Twigs returned to music after a two-year hiatus with “Measure of a Man,” which was included on The King’s Man soundtrack.
Earlier this month, Twigs joined Yung Lean for a brand new single, “Bliss,” accompanied by a equally lo-fi video. The clip, additionally directed by Zamiri, finds the pair wearing wedding ceremony apparel as they trip off in a basic automotive. The collaborative monitor seems on Yung Lean’s new mixtape, Stardust, out now Lean’s personal World Affairs imprint.