Archy Marshall shares new project
Since his last release Six Feet Beneath The Moon back in 2013, Archy Marshall, known as King Krule, kind of disappeared. He played small shows in pubs that were barely advertised and devoted his time to his art and poetry. Now though, with barely any warning, the underground scene's favourite ginger-haired youngster King Krule is back with a new project. A New Place 2 Drown is a collaboration between Marshall and his brother Jack and it features a 12 track album, a short film directed by Will Robson-Scott and a book of poetry and art. The film, which you can watch below, features Archy talking about his work and reciting poetry, "“I was raised in the dirt, so I couldn’t see where I was on earth, now it’s more than what I’m worth.”
You can find out more about the project here.