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King Krule Navigates Cardboard Film Noir In New Video For Biscuit Town

Tuesday, 28 August 2018 Written by Huw Baines

King Krule has shared a video for Biscuit Town.

The low lit clip is the work of long-time collaborators Paraic and Michael Morrissey, aka cc. WADE, and finds Archy Marshall navigating a cardboard city in what feels like a kitchen sink take on film noir.

The song features on ‘The Ooz’, which is out now on XL, while the video has been released in partnership with WeTransfer.





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