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FKA Twigs Debuts Live Performance of "Good to Love" on 'The Tonight Show' [WATCH]

by Morgan Murrell   Feb 25, 2016 15:25 PM EST

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FKA Twigs gave fans a fresh taste of new music when she dropped her emotion-filled song, "Good to Love," last week. On Wednesday (Feb. 24), the multi-talented British singer stopped by The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon to debut an intimate live performance of the track.

The 28-year-old England native took a minimalist approach to her performance to match the video and romantic lyrics of the song. Just five days after releasing the single, Twigs made her first U.S. television in support of "Good to Love." Fallon announced Twigs to the stage with a warm welcome, revealing he was "so excited" to have her as a guest again on his show.

She hit the stage with her trio band, dressed in monochromatic colors and jewels that shined in the gleaming light. Surrounded by darkness and a bright light casting on them, the stage performance resembled something like a hazy dream.

A photo posted by FKA twigs (@fkatwigs) on Feb 17, 2016 at 12:05pm PST

Around the three-minute mark, Twigs transformed her sultry presence behind the microphone into a hypnotizing ensemble of eccentric dance moves and soft instruments.

Could Twigs be singing about her fiancé Robert Pattinson on this track? The two first began dating in August 2014 and have been making headlines ever since. The lyrics symbolize a plea for her lover to accept her affection.

"Good to Love" marks the first track released since her M3LL155X EP (pronounced "Melissa") made its way on the scene in August. This has been a busy week for Twigs, as she was among many artists who performed at the Tibet House Benefit Concert at Carnegie Hall in New York on Monday (Feb. 22). In July, she'll also bring her new sound of music to Ontario for the WayHome Music & Arts Festival.

Watch FKA Twigs perform her sultry new track below:

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