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While Twigs first came to prominence for her moody expressions of loss and longing, all filtered through the gorgeously glitchy sonic textures that quickly became her signature—first on her buzzy breakout EPs, one of which was co-produced with Arca, and then on her Grammy-nominated LP1—she quickly came to be identified as a once-in-a-generation talent in the vein of Björk or Kate Bush, capable of building entire worlds encompassing everything from sound to visuals to movement. (Her sophomore 2019 record Magdalene, meanwhile, was a ravishing concept album centered around a dying romance; many at the time considered it her masterpiece.) Still, with the release of Caprisongs, Twigs’s fans saw a surprising pivot. Sure, there had been glimpses of her more fun-loving side before—who can forget the bombastic tribute to ballroom culture in 2015’s “Glass & Patron”?—but with Caprisongs, Twigs blasted the doors of her meticulously crafted aesthetic universe wide open.
Epic, eclectic, and delightfully playful, the 17 songs are a rollercoaster ride through—and a riotous ode to—the various genres and countercultural scenes that have informed the evolution of Twigs, the artist. “I’m naturally a very romantic and melancholy person, and that will always be the core of who I am, but there’s also another side to me where I’m a lot of fun,” says Twigs, cheerily. “I’m always the first person on the dance floor, I love to go out and dance all night—I think a lot of my friends describe me as the funny one.” This subversive, hedonistic spirit courses through every track, from the hip-swaying, Afrobeats-inflected “Jealousy” to the fizzing synth-pop of “Which Way.” “When I did Magdalene, I realized that I didn’t have any bops that would just make everybody dance,” Twigs continues. “I love dancing so much and I’m so proud of my Jamaican heritage, so I wanted to make sure ‘Papi Bones’ was a nod to that.”
It’s also Twigs’s most forthright celebration of her Jamaican heritage yet. “It’s something that I’ve really been exploring more and more over the past few years,” she says. “Black culture dominates pop culture in so many ways, and a lot of that, in my opinion, is American Black culture. But in the U.K., there’s this whole other vibe. I grew up listening to Afrobeats on pirate radio stations, or when I was a teenager, at Notting Hill Carnival. So I really wanted to show that side of myself, and connect with who I was when I was around 16 or 17 and started seeking out music and clubs and people that represented my heritage. I guess that’s where the inspiration for the video came from.”
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- Material Type: 35% Cotton – 65% Polyester
- Soft material feels great on your skin and very light
- Features pronounced sleeve cuffs, prominent waistband hem and kangaroo pocket fringes
- Taped neck and shoulders for comfort and style
- Print: Dye-sublimation printing, colors won’t fade or peel
- Wash Care: Recommendation Wash it by hand in below 30-degree water, hang to dry in shade, prohibit bleaching, Low Iron if Necessary
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