King Krule Ascends To New Heights With ‘Space Heavy’

The Long-Awaited Album Unveils a Sonic Universe of Deep Emotions and Introspection

The music world is set to be enraptured by the latest offering from King Krule, as he unveils his much-anticipated album, ‘Space Heavy’. Released today through Matador Records, the album is now available for fans to enjoy in both digital and physical formats.King Krule Ascends To New Heights With 'Space Heavy', Yours Truly, News, June 23, 2024

‘Space Heavy’ is a 15-track masterpiece that delves deep into the sonic depths that Archy Marshall, known to the world as King Krule, has meticulously crafted throughout his illustrious career. The album was penned during Marshall’s commutes between London and Liverpool from 2020 to 2022, a period during which he found himself captivated by the concept of “the space between”. This space, filled with dreams of love, severed connections, and the loss of people and situations to the inexorable march of the universe, forms the thematic backbone of the album.

The music, once penned by Archy, was brought to life by frequent collaborator Dilip Harris and long-standing band members Ignacio Salvadores (Saxophonist), George Bass (Drummer), James Wilson (Bass Guitarist), and Jack Towell (Guitarist). The resulting album showcases King Krule at the pinnacle of his artistic prowess, using his wealth of experience to craft a dynamic body of work that unveils new layers with each listen.

The album’s cover art, a testament to the creative talents of Jack Marshall, perfectly encapsulates the essence of ‘Space Heavy’. The album’s tracklist includes the previously released singles “Seaforth,” “If Only It Was Warmth,” and “Flimsier,” along with 12 other tracks that promise to take listeners on a profound musical journey.

‘Space Heavy’ Tracklist:

  1. Flimsier
  2. Pink Shell
  3. Seaforth
  4. That Is My Life, That Is Yours
  5. Tortoise Of Independency
  6. Empty Stomach Space Cadet
  7. Flimsy
  8. Hamburgerphobia
  9. From The Swamp
  10. Seagirl
  11. Our Vacuum
  12. Space Heavy
  13. When Vanishing
  14. If Only It Was Warmth
  15. Wednesday Overcast

With ‘Space Heavy’, King Krule continues to push the boundaries of his musical landscape, inviting listeners to join him in exploring the depths of his sonic universe.


Upcoming Tour Dates

Date City Venue Status
7/21 Minneapolis, MN First Ave
7/22 Chicago, IL Pitchfork Musical Festival
7/23 Detroit, MI Masonic Temple Theatre
7/25 Toronto, ON CAN History
7/26 Montreal, QC, CAN Corona Theatre SOLD OUT
7/28 Boston, MA House of Blues
7/29 Washington, DC 9:30 Club SOLD OUT
7/30 Philadelphia, PA Union Transfer SOLD OUT
8/1 Brooklyn, NY Kings Theatre SOLD OUT
8/2 Brooklyn, NY Kings Theatre
9/8 Atlanta, GA The Eastern
9/9 Nashville, TN Brooklyn Bowl
9/11 Houston, TX White Oak Music Hall
9/12 Austin, TX Stubbs Waller Creek Amphitheater
9/13 Dallas, TX House of Blues
9/15 Denver, CO Ogden Theatre
9/16 Salt Lake City, UT The Depot
9/18 Portland, Oregon Roseland Theatre SOLD OUT
9/19 Vancouver, BC Malkin Bowl
9/20 Seattle, WA Paramount Theatre
9/23 Oakland, CA Fox Theater
9/24 Los Angeles, CA Hollywood Palladium
9/25 Los Angeles, CA Hollywood Palladium SOLD OUT
10/4 Dublin, Ireland Olympia SOLD OUT
10/6 Glasgow, UK Barrowland
10/7 Manchester, UK Academy SOLD OUT
10/9 London, UK London Eventim Apollo SOLD OUT
10/10 London, UK London Eventim Apollo
10/16 Amsterdam, Netherlands Paradiso SOLD OUT
10/17 Amsterdam, Netherlands Paradiso
10/18 Antwerp, Belgium De Roma
10/19 Brussels, Belgium AB
10/21 Cologne, Germany Carlswerk Victoria
10/23 Copenhagen, Denmark Vega SOLD OUT
10/24 Copenhagen, Denmark Vega
10/26 Berlin, Germany Columbiahalle
10/27 Prague, Czech Republic Forum Karlin
10/28 Vienna, Austria Simm City
10/30 Budapest, Hungary Akvarium Klub
10/31 Liubljana, Slovenia Kino Siska
11/1 Zagreb, Croatia Tvornica Kulture
11/3 Lausanne, Switzerland Les Docks
11/4 Turin, Italy Club to Club Festival
11/6 Paris, France Trianon SOLD OUT
11/7 Paris, France Trianon

King Krule Ascends To New Heights With 'Space Heavy', Yours Truly, News, June 23, 2024

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