The singer tweeted that she’s looking for four POC men trained in wushu, a form of contemporary Chinese martial arts, and stunt artistry “for a very exciting project starting now”. Suitable applicants have been urged to send in a head shot, along with a video displaying their martial arts skills for the mysterious London-based project. The announcement comes six weeks after the artist posted a video of herself practising the martial art on Instagram.
twigs’ forthcoming album MAGDALENE drops on October 25, though two tracks, “Cellophane” and “holy terrain”, have already been released. Both singles are accompanied by performance-heavy music videos, which show off the singer’s impressive moves. Considering she spent a year learning to pole dance for her Andrew Thomas Huang-directed video for “Cellophane”, who’s to say martial arts won’t feature as part of her latest venture.
MAGDALENE, co-produced by twigs and Nicolas Jaar, is the singer’s second album, and follows her return to music five years after the release of her debut record, LP1.
If you’re up for doing some martial arts with twigs (who isn’t TBH?), find out how to apply to her mysterious casting call below.
CASTING CALL “wushu artist” looking 4 male POC aged 18-35 trained in wushu/stunt for a very exciting project starting NOW! must be available in london 30/9/19 - 9/10/19. if you or if you know someone who would be amazing please send a head shot and video to firstname.lastname@example.org