King Krule announces short UK tour for October - ticket details

Archy Marshall will play five intimate shows in support of '6 Feet Beneath The Moon'

King Krule announces short UK tour for October - ticket details

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King Krule is set to embark on a short tour of intimate UK venues this October.

King Krule – real name Archy Marshall – released his official debut album, '6 Feet Beneath The Moon' on Saturday (August 24) - the date of his 19th birthday.

King Krule will play five UK shows this autumn, starting at the Sheffield Harley on October 3, before visiting Glasgow, Manchester and Brighton, winding up at London's Netil House on October 8. Tickets go on general sale at 9am [BST] August 30.

King Krule will play:

Sheffield Harley (October 3)
Glasgow Broadcast (4)
Manchester Ruby Lounge (5)
Brighton The Haunt (7)
London Netil House (8)


Beyonce recently revealed she is a fan of King Krule by posting a link to his song 'Easy Easy' on her Facebook page and recommending it to her fans. Asked by MTV how he felt about being endorsed by one of the most successful artists in the world, King Krule remained cool, saying: "It doesn't surprise me. I think my music's good."

To check the availability of King Krule tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0844 858 6765

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