Singer has released the song ahead of her performance on Jimmy Fallon's 'The Tonight Show'
FKA Twigs has premiered a brand new song.
The track, titled ‘Good To Love’, follows her ‘M3LL155X’ EP and was co-produced by Twigs and Rick Nowels. It is her first piece of new material this year.
‘Good To Love’ originally aired at last year’s Soundtrack 7 residency at the Manchester International Festival, and seems to tell the tale of a lost love.
On the track, she sings: “When you give yourself away it always hurts too much, so I pray to get it back. Make my body come alive, I’ve got a right to hurt inside.”
Following the song’s first play on Annie Mac’s BBC Radio 1 Show, Twigs also released the accompanying video for ‘Good To Love’.
The self-directed, 4-minute clip sees Twigs – who appears to be nude – writhing around in a duvet.
Twigs previously won the Best Video gong for ‘Pendulum’ at last year’s MOBO Awards, telling BBC Newsbeat at the time: “I don’t think anyone has any idea about how much I put into what I do from storyboards to working with my stylists, to writing the songs and to being involved in the production.”
She added: “It’s my world and when someone says ‘well done’ for it, it just feels like it’s all worth it.”
As well as releasing new music, it has been confirmed that the singer will be appearing on Jimmy Fallon’s The Tonight Show in the US next Wednesday (February 24).