King Krule Shares Weird, Artful Track "Dum Surfer"

King Krule Shares Weird, Artful Track "Dum Surfer"

The video comes just after the announcement of his upcoming album "The OOZ," slated for release October 13.

The video comes just after the announcement of his upcoming album "The OOZ," slated for release October 13.

Text: Sadie Bell

Archy Marshall recently returned to his thoughtfully strange antics as the punkish, jazz project King Krule, and the English singer's new tracks are weird, artful ones to get behind.

Yesterday, King Krule shared a new song and video for "Dum Surfer," the latest track to be released off his massive, upcoming record The OOZ. The song follows up his recent single "Czech One," making the two tracks the subversive singer's only releases under the moniker King Krule since 2013's 6 Feet Beneath the Moon.

"Dum Surfer" is looming and cryptic, following warped sounds and Marshall's quick, ruthless delivery juxtaposed by transformative guitar work and a saxophone that carries you into a daze. The video for the track is just as cryptic as the band performs the song lifelessly in a seedy club lit only by a disco ball bouncing off depressing tinsel. While Marshall rasps lyrics detailing a car crash to an audience that looks close to death, it appears he and others fail to escape the violence and their inevitable end.

Watch the video for "Dum Surfer" below.

Credits: Credit "Dum Surfer" video.

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