FKA twigs - Tears In The Club (feat. The Weeknd)

December 21, 2021

FKA twigs returns with the new song and music video "Tears In The Club" in collaboration with The Weeknd.

The production of the song is signed by Cirkut, Arca and El Guincho and the official video was directed by Amber Grace Johnson (Rihanna, J. Cole, Kali Uchis).

"I always try to raise my level to reach my best self and I have tried so hard. "I'm so proud of this music," said FKA twigs.

"Tears In The Club" records the evolution and expansion of this productive artist who continues to carefully examine the limits of her art. A collection of new songs by FKA twigs is expected to be released in early 2022.

The release of the song is accompanied by a seductive music video, in which FKA Twigs dance in a nightclub under flashing strobe lights, before singing for The Weeknd in a large tank, while he watches in tears. The video culminates with a giant version of FKA Twigs chasing The Weeknd, before lying in the rain silently.

During her career, which includes three EPs ("EP1", "EP2" and "M3LL155X"), she was nominated for a Mercury Prize and Brit Award for her first album "LP1" and her latest release, "Magdalene" , FKA twigs has established itself as one of the most innovative artists, performers, producers and directors of its generation.

"Magdalene"'s album was named one of the best albums of 2019, among others, by media such as NPR, The Guardian, The New Yorker, Billboard, Complex, PAPER, TIME, USA Today and Vice, while "cellophane Received a Grammy Award nomination for Best Music Video.

"Pitchfork" reported: "With an unlimited amount of innovative songwriting and production, the cinematic character of Twigs music has never been more moving. "'Magdalene' is not just at the forefront of pop, but in its own breathtaking category."

FKA twigs has taken a holistic approach to every aspect of her art and career and has been honored with the Webby Special Achievement Award for her "incredible contribution to digital culture and her continued use of the internet to create and disseminate experimental art" ».

She has also directed and starred in campaigns for Nike, Google Glass, Calvin Klein and Apple, while making her big screen debut in the movie Honey Boy.