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King Krule Shares New Film Live On The Moon

Thursday, 08 March 2018 Written by Huw Baines

King Krule has shared a new live film.

Live on the Moon, a collaboration with Molten Jets and director Ja Humby, finds Archy Marshall and band turning in a half-hour performance like they’re, well, on the moon.

King Krule released 'The OOZ' last year.

King Krule Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Sat April 07 2018 - TOLUCA MX - Ceremonia (USA)
Mon April 09 2018 - HOUSTON Texas - White Oak Music Hall (USA)
Tue April 10 2018 - AUSTIN Texas - Emo's East (USA)
Wed April 11 2018 - DALLAS Texas - Granada Theater - Dallas (USA)
Fri April 13 2018 - TEMPE - Marquee Theatre Tempe (USA)
Mon April 16 2018 - OAKLAND California - Fox Theater Oakland (USA)
Fri April 20 2018 - SAN DIEGO California - Observatory North Park (USA)
Wed April 25 2018 - DENVER Colorado - Ogden Theatre (USA)
Fri April 27 2018 - CHICAGO Illinois - Riviera Theatre - IL (USA)
Sat April 28 2018 - DETROIT Michigan - Saint Andrews Hall (USA)
Sun April 29 2018 - TORONTO - Rebel Toronto (Canada)
Wed May 02 2018 - PHILADELPHIA Pennsylvania - Fillmore Philadelphia (USA)
Fri May 04 2018 - MANHATTAN - Hammerstein Ballroom (USA)

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