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FKA twigs roams London in video for ‘Caprisongs’ track ‘Which Way’

It's the latest in a host of songs from the recent mixtape to get its own official video

By Will Richards

FKA twigs laughs on a bus in front of the London eye
FKA twigs' new video for 'Which Way'. (Photo: FKA twigs/YouTube)

FKA twigs has shared the latest visual accompaniment to a ‘Caprisongs’ track – watch her roam the streets of London in a new video for ‘Which Way’ below.

twigs‘ new mixtape ‘Caprisongs’ came out in January, and the artist has been sharing videos for tracks from it over the last few weeks.

The mixtape’s latest single ‘Meta Angel’ was first to receive its own video, with the tracks ‘Honda’, ‘Jealousy’, ‘Oh My Love’ and ‘Papi Bones’ now also having been given their own visual accompaniments.

The new video for ‘Which Way’, a collaboration with Dystopia, sees twigs and her crew run through the streets of London – check it out below.

Elsewhere, twigs directed and starred in a new short film for the 2022 International Woolmark Prize, called ‘Playscape’.

The film, made in tribute to the fashion prize, sees twigs dancing to X-Ray Spex track ‘Identity’ and was filmed in Queens, New York at the Noguchi Foundation Museum, specifically among the works of sculptor Isamu Noguchi.

twigs said of the opportunity in a statement: “It is an honour to be chosen by the Woolmark Prize to work with such talented designers and to create my first piece of work with Juliano Nunes, innovator of dance for the Avant Garden collective.

Elsewhere, twigs teamed up with Swedish rapper Yung Lean this month on new track ‘Bliss’. The track appears on Yung Lean’s new mixtape, ‘Stardust’, which is out now.

‘Caprisongs’ singles ‘Tears in the Club’ and ‘Jealousy’ were released ahead of the full project being shared, with the former featuring The Weeknd and the latter featuring Rema. Other collaborations on ‘Caprisongs’ come from Jorja SmithPa SalieuDaniel CaesarUnknown T and Shygirl.

Twigs confirmed last October that she had written the whole mixtape during lockdown.

“I just decided one day,” she said as part of the GRAMMY Museum’s new series Programs at Home. “It was 1/3 of the way through and I just went and did it. It was really amazing because I worked predominantly with an amazing artist and producer called El Guincho, and I did the whole thing with pretty much all of the collaborators over FaceTime.”