FKA Twigs faucets into the residential area expertise in her new video for “Home with You,” of her upcoming album Magdalene, out October 25th.
It depicts a hazy club scene that transforms into a journey back to the country’s rural area.
“‘Home with You’ could be a record that I’ve written from the guts, and it talks about really just me going home to the suburbs where I’m from in Gloucestershire,” FKA Twigs same in an exceedingly FaceTime interview with Zane Lowe of Apple Music’s Beats one radio program.
“When doubtful, I just follow my gut and try to be around nature, go back to the Cotswolds, and get in touch with my family.”
She represented the song’s recording as a “flow of consciousness” between her and her collaborators that was tired one take.
“Sometimes when I’m in the studio, I can write a sort of six ideas a day, seven ideas a day, and then you don’t really realize what you’ve done. And I remember with ‘Home with You,’ I had the MP3 on my phone and then I came back to it the next day and I was like, ‘Wow, we really did that.’”
“I didn’t look at her as a character, a person in the Bible. It was more looking at her as a woman and what she represented, what her archetype was, what was her true story, how was it manipulated, how does that relate to the social organization normally, and how that story is manipulated,” she said.
FKA Twigs started traveling with the record at one or two of small-theatre shows this past May; she same she appreciates the power to interrupt out of a standard album cycle mode.
“I just think that you can break the rules,” she said. The artist will kick off the next leg of her North American Magdalene tour this November.