King Krule’s new video for ‘Biscuit Town’ contains disappointingly few biscuits

Where are the custard creams, m8?

King Krule has released a new video for ‘Biscuit Town’, a track from recent album ‘The OOZ’ and the first of a three-part collaboration with WeTransfer.

“The video sees King Krule (aka Archy Marshall) inhabiting his own noir ‘Biscuit Town’,” reads the blurb, “waking up and retracing his footsteps through the city, piecing together the remnants of a hazy, half-remembered night before. A reflection of his futuristic, jazz-inflected, film-inspired sound, the video serves to complement the warm, dreamlike quality of ‘Biscuit Town’.”

Latest album ‘The Ooz’ came out in October of last year via True Panther Sounds / XL. Before comeback track ‘Czech One’, King Krule hadn’t released anything under his original moniker since 2013’s ‘6 Feet Beneath the Moon’ album – though he did drop a record in 2015, ‘A New Place 2 Drown’, under his real name, Archy Marshall.

Watch ‘Biscuit Town’ below.

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