FKA Twigs announces comeback UK show

She released her new song 'Cellophane' earlier this week

FKA Twigs has announced a comeback show in London next month as part of a series of gigs which will take place in various cities across the world.

The musician, artist and dancer recently made her comeback with the release of the single ‘Cellophane’, her first new solo material in over three years. Twigs’ only full album to date, ‘LP1’, was released back in August 2014.

Twigs now plans to return to touring, with shows in London, New York, Los Angeles, Sydney, Berlin and Hobart all being announced today (April 25). In her native UK, Twigs will perform a one-off show at London’s Alexandra Palace Theatre on May 28.


You can see Twigs’ tour announcement, which frequently contains the word – and possible album title – ‘Magdalene’ alongside numerous new photographs of her, below.

Tickets for the Alexandra Palace Theatre show will go on sale at 5pm on Monday (April 29). Fans are advised to sign up to this mailing list for more information and updates.

Writing in an introduction to the ‘Cellophane’ clip, Twigs said of the video: “When I wrote ‘cellophane’ over a year ago a visual narrative came to me immediately, I knew I had to learn how to pole-dance to bring it to life, and so that’s what I did.

“Thank you andrew, for elevating my vision beyond words. you are a visionary. kelly, thank you for being with me every step of the way on my precious pole yellow brick road. working with you both on this is a dream come true.”


Last November, Twigs appeared alongside A$AP Rocky in the video for their collaboration ‘Fukk Sleep’.


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