A new film featuring FKA Twigs is due to be aired in the UK this weekend.
Soundtrack 7, which will premiere on BBC 4 at 11.30pm GMT on Sunday (November 27), was made during her residency at the Manchester International Festival in 2015.
The 35 minute film includes elements of dance plus a recital of Thomas Wyatt’s poem ‘I Find No Peace’.
Following its UK premiere, it will be made available globally via her official website fkatwi.
— FKA twigs (@FKAtwigs) November 25, 2016
Soundtrack 7 is one of a number of projects the singer has been working on over the last year.
Earlier this month she opened her ROOMS project in London, which centres around the singer curating a dozen artists to create a 12 room installation with each space inspired by a different zodiac sign.
FKA Twigs recently opened up about her past relationship troubles, revealing that she thinks ’emotional abuse can be tender’.
The singer, model and dancer – who is currently in a relationship with Twilight star Robert Pattinson – spoke about the meaning of her ‘Papi Pacify’ video, where a man sticks his fingers down her throat among other scenes that suggest Twigs is being abused.
“In the relationship I couldn’t communicate,” she said of a past relationship. “The person I was with was stopping me from explaining how I felt. So the physical manifestation is someone putting their hand in your mouth.”
She continued: “But there’s an element, too, of liking that as well. It’s messed up. It’s addictive.
“It’s kind of sexy, like emotional abuse can be tender. That’s why it’s messed up,” Twigs added. “If you are in an emotionally abusive relationship, it can be tender, that’s why you stay. And you stay because there’s a poorly part of your mind that likes it.”
She also said she is working on a new album but it’s unlikely to see the light of day any time soon.