King Krule announces new book, soundtrack, and documentary

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The former Zoo Kid has also shared the trailer for the project.

Archy Marshall, better known as King Krule, has revealed that he is to release a book and documentary film as part of a new collaborative art project with his brother. A New Place 2 Drown is a 208-page feature art book that details the lives of Archy and his brother Jack’s creative ventures in South London. The documentary — which is directed by Will Robson-Scott — will be accompanied by a fresh 12-song soundtrack, via True Panther/XL Recordings. Take look at the project’s official webpage for further details, and to see snapshots of the book in a loop.

His soulful and raw mix of rockabilly rhythms and hip-hop melodies have made King Krule something of a cult hero since the release of his debut EP U.F.O.W.A.V.E as Zoo Kid in 2010King Krule last released an album in 2013, with the jazzily sombre 6 Feet Beneath The Moon.

Watch the trailer for A New Place 2 Drown below:

‘Out Getting Ribs’.

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