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King Krule for Dublin show

King Krule for Dublin show

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After the recent announcement of Space Heavy, the new album from King Krule, there is now the Space Heavy Tour which will be coming to 3Olympia Theatre, Dublin on October 4th this year.

Space Heavy is the fourth album from Archy Marshall, coming ten years after his debut 6 Feet Beneath the Moon (2013), and it arrives on June 9th on XL.

Tickets for Dublin from €35 including booking fees on sale Friday 5th May at 10am From Ticketmaster.

New song ‘Seaforth’ was also released:

Full tour dates announced.

Pre-order Space Heavy before 6pm 3rd May to access to the tour pre-sale on 4th May, 10am local time

About King Krule – Space Heavy

Archy Marshall announces Space Heavy, the fourth studio album released under his King Krule alias, due June 9th via XL Recordings. Written from 2020 to 2022 in between London and Liverpool, the album took shape over the course of Archy’s commutes between the two cities where he was splitting his time. Befitting an album quite literally written on the commute between the two places he called home, Archy found himself fascinated by the notion of “the space between” – the space haunted by dreams of love, touching a narrative of lost connection, losing people and situations to the guillotine of the universe. Space Heavy, indeed. Once written by Archy, the music was further developed by frequent collaborator Dilip Harris and long-time bandmates Ignacio Salvadores, George Bass, James Wilson, and Jack Towell.

The result is an album that inhabits the deepest reaches of the subterranean sonic world that Archy has constructed over the course of his career as King Krule. In it you hear a generational artist stepping into the height of their artistic powers – the auteurism apparent on his debut 6 Feet Beneath The Moon, the shapeshifting sonic palette of The OOZ, and the primality of Man Alive! all coalesce into a wizened, dynamic body of work that reveals new elements with each listen. In line with Archy’s interest in the space between, it is an album wherein the negative space demands the same attention as the positive space. If one is willing to wade into the mire the reward is rich.