"holy terrain" arrives after April's lead single "cellophane", and sees FKA Twigs recruit Future for a verse.

When announcing the single on Sunday (8 September), FKA Twigs thanked co-producers Skrillex and Jack Antonoff.

Speaking about her highly-anticipated second record, which will follow on from 2014's LP1, FKA Twigs says it's about "every lover that I’ve ever had, and every lover that I’m going to have."

"holy terrain" is out now. FKA Twigs' Magdalene album will arrive 25 October via Young Turks.