FKA twigs has unveiled a new music video for her Caprisongs cut “Pamplemousse.” The visual for the song is directed by Aidan Zamiri and Yuma Burgess, and features a series of striking photographs and bold renderings of FKA twigs that progress rapidly, as if by stop-motion. Check it out below.
Caprisongs came out at the top of this year. Since then, the mixtape has gotten music videos for a number of tracks, including “Papi Bones,” “Honda,” “Oh My Love,” and “Thank You Song.” After performing a brand new song called “Killer” during her “Tiny Desk (Home) Concert” for NPR, she formally released the track along with its own video.
FKA twigs’s lawsuit against Shia LaBeouf recently got a trial date scheduled for April 17, 2023. At the end of 2020, she filed a civil case against LeBeouf, alleging “relentless abuse,” sexual battery, assault, and emotional distress.
Read about FKA twigs in Pitchfork’s “200 Most Important Artists of Pitchfork’s First 25 Years.”