King Krule is up to something - and fans are hoping that it's the multi-instrumentalist's first record under the moniker since 2013.
King Krule - aka Archy Marshall - has sent some unmarked packages to fans who previously purchased items from his online shop. The packages contain a poster, with a black and white shot of King Krule on the front and Spanish text on the flipside.
King krule sent me some mail today pic.twitter.com/RIuCOLVU6T— black phillip (@neptunefather) August 17, 2017
This year Marshall has debuted new King Krule material at Primavera (including "The Locomotive", which is set to appear on a new record) and collaborated with Mount Kimbie. Marshall's also shared music as The Return Of Pimp Shrimp and Edgar The Beatmaker, and last year released a book/album/film project with his brother Jack. Marshall's not dropped a King Krule LP since 2013's 6 Feet Beneath The Moon.
Recently, King Krule has teamed with Mount Kimbie on their recent single ‘Blue Train Lines’, and he showed off a bunch of new songs at this year’s Primavera. At that late-night set, he played ‘The Locomotive’, which was confirmed to be on a new, upcoming King Krule album.