King Krule Announces New Live Album

King Krule Says A New Live Album Is on the Way

27-year old English singer-songwriter King Krule announced a brand new live album, You Heat Me Up, You Cool Me Down. Just weeks before the pandemic hit, Archy Marshall performed a series of shows across Europe under his moniker King Krule, promoting his third record, Man Alive!. His upcoming live album includes 17 songs recorded during the European tour dates. 

A New Video Comes with Album Announcement

Along with the album announcement, King Krule released a black and white video for the Man Alive! track, “Stoned Again (Live).” The album also includes plenty of older fan-favorite tracks like, “Baby Blue” and “Out Getting Ribs.” You Heat Me Up, You Cool Me Down is set to drop September 10 on True Panther Sounds/Matador Records.

King Krule Evolves his Style

King Krule released his debut album 6 Feet Beneath the Moon in the summer of 2013. The album gained critical acclaim and Marshall became a fixture in the indie rock scene. His network television debut on The Late Show with David Letterman in 2013 gave him the boost he needed to gain popularity in the US. Since releasing his jangly, indie rock debut, he has explored darker, more synth-based sounds and developed his abilities as a producer. In 2015, Marshall released A New Place 2 Drown, under his birth name, Archy Marshall. It’s a dreamlike, hip-hop-influenced project that focused on beats and production rather than putting Marshall’s crooning voice at center stage like in his previous projects.

Check out the tracklist for You Heat Me Up, You Cool Me Down:

01 Out Getting Ribs
02 Emergency Blimp
03 A Slide In (New Drugs)
04 The Ooz
05 Cellular
06 Stoned Again
07 Slush Puppy
08 Rock Bottom
09 Comet Face
10 Perfecto Miserable
11 Alone, Omen 3
12 Baby Blue
13 Half Man Half Shark
14 Underclass
15 Energy Fleets
16 Please Complete Thee
17 Easy Easy

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