19.05.2023, Words by Billy Ward

King Krule shares new single and self-directed visual 'If Only It Was Warmth'

The South Londoner's 'Space Heavy' album is out next month...

King Krule returns with a brand new single and music video lifted from his highly-anticipated forthcoming album 'Space Heavy'. 

Titled 'If Only It Was Warmth', the wistful, stripped back new track comes alongside a self-directed black and white visual that sees Archy Marshall journey across vast waters with a cactus. 

Along the way, he is confronted by thoughts of love and lost connection, presented in the form of film noir-style silhouettes, cobras and flaming symbolism. 

Compared to the feel-good music video accompanying the upcoming album's lead single 'Seaforth', which came out back in April, this new King Krule offering is significantly moodier and falls more in line with singles such as '(Don't Let The Dragon) Draag On' and 'Cadet Limbo' from his previous two records. 

Recently, King Krule announced an extensive live tour across US, UK, and Europe. Due to popular demand,
today he adds additional shows at The Kings Theatre in Brooklyn, Hollywood Palladium in LA, London Eventim Apollo, Paradiso in Amsterdam, Vega in Copenhagen, and Trianon in Paris. Tickets for the world tour are on sale now. For full details, head to

Watch the video for 'If Only It Was Warmth' above or stream the single here. 

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