The site includes never-before-seen films and projects.

FKA twigs has launched an online archive that places all her creative endeavours to date in one home. Twigs teamed up with British artist Matthew Stone for the website that features everything from merchandise and tracks to music videos and other visuals.

“Excited to share my new site with you and to have one place where all my work is archived, to discover unseen work and join the dots between the projects I’ve made,” twigs announced in an Instagram post last night (December 12). “This is a creative project in itself so please explore.”

The site is split into four categories, Watch, Listen, Look, and Shop, with Listen offering streams of twigs’ EPs along with her 2015 debut album LP1. Short film Soundtrack 7 is available to watch for the first time outside the UK, while her recent Baltimore Dance Project is also featured in the archive.



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