FKA Twigs sends out public casting call for a “major project”

"no talent or style is too extreme"

FKA Twigs has released a public casting call for an upcoming project, taking to Facebook and Twitter to find new talent.

In February of this year, FKA Twigs released a new single called ‘Good To Love’, her first piece of new music since 2015’s ‘M3LL155X’ EP. She has since teased a collaboration with Oneohtrix Point Never by sharing a mysterious video clip on Instagram, identical to one shared by the experimental producer.

Taking to Facebook, FKA Twigs aka Tahliah Debrett Barnett, wrote, “i’m looking for performers of all genres to audition for a project i’m making in london this october. no talent or style is too extreme.”

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She continued, “all performers must be based or be able to work in the uk. please email a recent cv, headshot and reel link to FKAtwigsaudition@gmail.com. looking forward to hearing from you!”

Earlier this year (June 12), FKA Twigs debuted three new songs during her performance at a Russian musical festival. The songs, whose titles are yet to be confirmed, formed part of a new stage show called ‘Radiant Me²’ that the singer-songwriter said she was “proud and excited” to be introducing at Moscow’s Lastochka Festival.

Her full-length debut album, ‘LP1’, came out in 2014 and was nominated for that year’s Mercury Prize.
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