Whereas quarantine has halted the writing course of for some artists, it’s sparked creativity for others. Throughout a current digital interview for the Grammy Museum’s Packages at Dwelling sequence, FKA Twigs revealed that she’s practically finished with an album that she wrote primarily in lockdown.
“It was one-third of the best way by and I simply stated, ‘You already know what, I’m simply going to make an album,’ and I simply went and did it,” she stated. “I’m simply form of ending it now.”
The challenge follows Twigs’ sophomore effort, 2019’s Magdalene, and was co-written with Spanish producer El Guincho, in addition to songwriters Billy Walsh and Ali Tamposi — none of whom the singer-songwriter has met in individual. “I used to be working with individuals I’d by no means met in actual life and we have been doing the entire thing over FaceTime and it was nice as a result of I couldn’t go within the studio in the beginning,” she defined earlier than noting the time distinction between the UK and U.S. allowed her to work day and evening.
Although she prefers to collaborate in individual, Twigs stated she “embraced” this new approach of writing. “I managed to discover a sense of neighborhood over the Web, which is uncommon for me,” she admitted. “I’m not a really Web-y individual.”
Watch her full interview right here.