The brooding visuals, directed by Ghanaian-Russian photographer, Liz Johnson Artur sees Jadasea wandering dark empty London streets.
Krule and Jadasea previously worked together on their 2014 project, City Rivims Mk 1. King Krule hasn’t dropped new music since his 2017 album The Ooz, but that hasn’t stopped the London musician from keeping busy. Earlier this year he completed his WeTransfer partnership with an animated visual for “Logos” that was hand-drawn by his brother, Jack Marshall. Watch it here.
On this week’s episode of The Dropcast, we are joined by Hussein Suleiman and Abderr Trabsini, co-founders of Amsterdam-based fashion brand Daily Paper. The partners blend their African and Dutch cultures to create heritage-infused streetwear pieces grounded in contemporary design. Listen below.