King Krule (aka Archy Marshall) has released a new film directed by Charlotte Patmore.
The 15-minute long film, entitled Hey World!, features four new tracks and sees King Krule performing against a range of outdoor, rural backdrops. According to a press release, the new songs are titled Perfecto Miserable, (Don’t Let the Dragon) Draag On, Energy Fleets and Alone, Omen 3. Watch the video via the player above.
Along with Hey World!, Marshall has announced a schedule of spring 2020 tour dates. The tour will kick off in Brussels on 2 March, and see the artist perform in Paris (4 March), Berlin (8 March), Glasgow (21 March), Manchester (22 March) and at London’s Brixton Academy (24 March). The schedule will be rounded off with a show in Brooklyn on 23 April. Tickets for the tour go on sale this Friday (22 November).
It’s suspected that the tour will support a new album by Marshall. A month ago, Patmore shared an image on Instagram with the caption: “Archy recording his new album.” A new LP would mark Marshall’s third release under his King Krule alias, and it’d serve as the follow-up to 2017’s The Ooz.
Check out the full list of tour dates below, and revisit our Issue 82 cover story with King Krule.
3 March – Brussels, AB
4 March – Paris, L’Olympia
5 March – Amsterdam, Melkweg
7 March – Copenhagen, KB Hallen
8 March – Berlin, Columbiahalle
19 March – Dublin, Olympia
21 March – Glasgow, Barrowland
22 March – Manchester, Albert Hall
24 March – London, Brixton Academy
2 April – Dallas, TX, House Of Blues
3 April – Houston, TX, White Oak Music Hall
4 April – Austin, TX, Stubbs Waller Creek
7 April – Los Angeles, CA, Palladium
8 April – Oakland, CA, Fox Theatre
10 April – Seattle, WA, Showbox SoDo
11 April – Portland, OR, Roseland Theatre
14 April – Minneapolis, MN, First Avenue
15 April – Chicago, IL, Riviera Theatre
17 April – Toronto, ON, Queen Elizabeth Theatre
18 April – Montreal, QC, MTELUS
19 April – Boston, MA, House of Blues
21 April – Philadelphia, PA, Union Transfer
22 April – Washington, DC, 9:30 Club
24 April – Brooklyn, NY, Kings Theatre