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The lo-fi visuals for ‘Which Way’, which features London band Dystopia, sees twigs wandering the streets of London before she ends up on the banks of the River Thames.
“When I was walking through the London city lights / I met the devil and he smiled at me / Said you’re going the wrong way,” twigs sings on the track.
In a four-star review of ‘Caprisongs’, NME wrote: “After pouring her darkest moments into ‘Magdalene’, this varied and playful mixtape represents a moment of release, though it remains to be seen whether Barnett will head further into this direction, or enter a new album era recharged.
“You suspect, knowing twigs and her crew of chameleon-like collaborators, that she’ll probably continue to do both at once.”
Speaking to NME for a Big Read Cover feature upon the announcement of her win, she explained: “I guess what it means is that you’ve made a lot of creative things and people like them.
“And maybe it means that, you know, your work has been influential to the industry. But it’s a massive title and I’m really flattered by it.”