Archy Marshall, South London’s gravel voiced crown prince of crooning, is back with another inventive video to support his sophomore album, The Ooz.
Back in August 2018, we saw him cavorting around a city made of cardboard in the CC Wade directed clip for mean and moody single Biscuit Town, and this time around the man known to millions as King Krule has been provided with a handmade animated accompaniment courtesy of his multi-talented brother, Jack.
The final component of a trio of A/V works produced in association with WeTransfer, Logos is an intriguingly muddy affair. Scratchy-looking shapeshifters stretched in and out of a series of murky landscapes. It’s a suitably downcast visual for the kind of downbeat King Krule number that’ll have bedroom-bound music fans up and down the country deciding that can happily skip daylight. Again.
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