FKA twigs has come a long way since 2012 when she burst onto the scene with her awe-inspiring brand of futuristic avant-pop. Since then, twigs has moved from the margins of the pop landscape to its dead center without ever compromising her unique vision.
Case in point: her headlining gig at this summer’s Pitchfork Music Festival. It was a virtuoso set from the singer, which showcased her evolution as a vocalist and as a performer. However, most of us weren’t able to make it to Chicago’s Union Park, and only heard whispers of twigs’ unofficial coronation on social media.
Well, it looks like Pitchfork has done us all a solid by posting her full career-spanning performance online. Here, she glides through her biggest hits, moving from “Water Me,” to “Pendulum,” to “Glass & Patron,” to “Two Weeks,” with precision and ease.
But the most exciting thing about watching twigs’ Pitchfork set is the realization that she’s only getting started. FKA twigs’ full set from the Pitchfork Music Festival will be streaming online via Pitchfork.tv for the next two weeks. Watch below.