King Krule announces UK and Ireland tour and new single ‘Czech One’

The London artist will pair the track with another new song, 'Dum Surfer', for a 7" release next month

King Krule has announced a UK and Ireland tour after releasing his new single ‘Czech One’ – watch the surreal video for the track below.

The artist – real name Archy Marshall – released his debut solo studio album, ‘6 Feet Beneath The Moon’, under the moniker in 2013. Two years later, he released ‘A New Place 2 Drown’ under his real name.

King Krule has now announced his return, kicking things off today (August 23) with the unveiling of the video for his comeback single ‘Czech One’.

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Starring Marshall, the bizarre clip – which has been directed by Frank Lebon – starts with the artist levitating from the ground, before cutting to Marshall looking out of a plane window with his left eye bandaged up.

Watch the full video for King Krule’s ‘Czech One’ below.

King Krule is due to release ‘Czech One’ on a split 7″ vinyl with another new track, ‘Dum Surfer’, via True Panther / XL on September 13.

The 22-year-old has also announced his intention to tour later this year, with a live jaunt in the UK and Ireland kicking off in Bristol on November 20. See King Krule’s UK and Ireland tour itinerary below.

November
20 – Marble Factory, Bristol
21 – KOKO, London
22 – KOKO, London
23 – Belgrave Music Hall, Leeds

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December
13 – Academy, Dublin
14 – Academy 2, Manchester
15 – SWG3, Glasgow

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