FKA Twigs has revealed her highly anticipated second album 'Magdalene' will be released Young Turks in autumn this year.
It marks the follow-up to her 2014 Grammy and Mercury-nominated debut 'LP1', and for the most part was co-produced with Nicolas Jaar. Future also features on album cut 'Holy Terrain', marking Twigs' first foray into making trap.
Twigs revealed the album details in an interview with i-D, also stating that: “The record is about every lover that I’ve ever had, and every lover that I’m going to have."
Since the release of her debut album, Twigs has also undergone surgery to remove tumours in her uterus. In the i-D interview she goes on to discuss how musically the album is "really fragile. I made it at a time when I was in recovery – physically and emotionally – and I think that comes through.”
Read the full interview here.
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