Taken from his album ‘The OOZ’, ‘Cadet Limbo’ is the second in a three-part video collaboration with WeTransfer.
Today King Krule releases a music video for ‘Cadet Limbo’. Directed by Charlotte Patmore, the video is the second of a three-part collaboration with WeTransfer, which sees King Krule exploring the creative process with each video’s director, hosted on WePresent.
Patmore captures a fogged vision of the hotels, long distance travels and late nights of a touring band, all unmistakably shot in the cinematic landscape of rural America. Starring King Krule (aka. Archy Marshall) and saxophonist Ignacio Salvadores, the video follows a loose narrative that echoes real life. As Archy Marshall explains in the accompanying interview; “Galgo [Salvadores] came along in real life and influenced me to write more and more. So, the concept of the video became that he’s this important figure that I couldn’t quite get my hands on. Him behind me playing sax and then disappearing.”
It’s been a little over a year since King Krule’s second LP ‘The OOZ’ was released to wide spread critical acclaim. It follows on from 2013’s also critically lauded album ‘Six Feet Beneath the Moon’. In the interim, Archy Marshall also released ‘A New Place 2 Drown’, a collaborative multimedia projects with his brother, Jack.