King Krule hasn't dropped new music since his 2017 album The Ooz, but that hasn't stopped the London musician from sharing creative endeavors. Today, he has finally completed his WeTransfer partnernship with an animated visual for "Logos" that was hand-drawn by his brother, Jack Marshall. Naturally, the siblings sat down for an intimate interview where they discussed memories from their childhood, motifs in the video, artistic inspirations, and more. The full conversation can be read here.

This stop-motion animation marks the final installment of the three-part video series which included collaborative treatments for "Cadet Limbo" and "Biscuit Town." Watch the video above and check out the previous interviews with King Krule and his collaborators on WePresent's website.

In other news, Frank Ocean's latest cover for 'GQ' is a work of art. Get all the details right here.

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