Jack Marshall's 'Logos' video is the final part of a trilogy in association with WeTransfer.
King Krule has unveiled the animated video for his new single ‘Logos’, which is directed by King Krule’s brother Jack Marshall.
Jack and Krule – real name Archy Marshall – have worked together several times before, most notably on 2015’s multimedia project ‘A New Place 2 Drown’.
Taken from King Krule’s Mercury Prize-nominated album ‘The Ooz’, ‘Logos’ is the final part of a series of videos made in association with WeTransfer for the filesharing platform’s WePresent series.
The previous videos, for ‘The Ooz’ tracks ‘Biscuit Town’ and ‘Cadet Limbo’, were directed by cc Wade – aka Krule’s friends Paraic and Michael Morrissey – and photographer Charlotte Patmore, known for her work with Charli XCX and Black Honey.
Jack Marshall’s video for ‘Logos’ features an animated Krule walking in the rain and trying to avoid an alligator as it describes the singer’s journey home, as depicted in the song.
The 19-song ‘The Ooz’ is King Krule’s second album, following 2013’s ‘Six Feet Beneath The Moon’. He has no confirmed UK dates remaining for the album, but goes a month-long tour of the US which starts at Houston White Oak Music Hall in Texas on April 9, ending on May 4 at New York Hammerstein Ballroom.