King Krule shares a new single and video for “If Only It Was Warmth”, the latest piece of new music from the highly anticipated forthcoming new album Space Heavy, out 9th June via XL Recordings.
The wistful, stripped-back instrumentation of “If Only It Was Warmth” comes alongside a self-directed music video that sees King Krule journey across vast waters, with a cactus.
“If Only It Was Warmth” follows the announcement of King Krule’s fourth studio album Space Heavy, which was revealed alongside the release of the album’s first single and music video “Seaforth”, directed by Jocelyn Anquetil.
Coming 10 years on from his debut album, Space Heavy is a 15-track full-length that inhabits the deepest reaches of the subterranean sonic world that Archy has constructed over the course of his career as King Krule.
Recently, King Krule announced an extensive live tour across US, UK, and Europe. Due to popular demand, today he adds additional shows at The Kings Theatre in Brooklyn, Hollywood Palladium in LA, London Eventim Apollo, Paradiso in Amsterdam, Vega in Copenhagen, and Trianon in Paris. Tickets for the world tour are on sale now. For full details, head to kingkrule.net.
Check out “If Only It Was Warmth” below: