The 35-minute ‘abstract autobiographical’ documentary premiered on BBC4 last night
FKA twigs premiered her long-awaited Soundtrack 7 film on BBC4 last night.
The 35-minute project – described as an “abstract autobiographical” documentary – was filmed during the auteur’s week-long residency at Manchester International Festival in 2015. It features performances of “Good To Love”, “How’s That”, and “Ultraviolet”, as well as a recital of the Thomas Wyatt poem, “I Find No Peace.”
“I made Soundtrack 7 during a week-long residency at @MIFestival last year and at last I can show it to you!” the singer announced on Twitter last Friday (November 25). She went on to describe the project as “flesh, sweat, feeling, muscle - no airbrushing, no frills...”
The film is currently on iPlayer, but will reportedly be available to view globally on her official website at some point today. Click here to stream the whole show on the BBC4 website, or watch a two-minute teaser below.