King Krule shares You’ll Never Guess What Happened Next, a short film shot by Anna Pollack featuring unseen footage of live performances and everything in between.
From the moment King Krule landed in the alternative indie scene in 2013 the artist very quickly made a name for himself for his distinctively low vocal range and mesmerising compositions. Some of his most acclaimed tracks include ‘Easy Easy,’ ‘Dum Surfer’ and his distinctive vocal feature on Mount Kimbie‘s ‘Green Train Lines.’
You’ll Never Guess What Happened Next is a short compilation of live shows and the fun moments in between tours that we don’t get to see. Shot by New York music photographer Anna Pollack, throughout the video she perfectly captures a wholesome documentary of some of Krule’s most intimate moments.
In June Krule returned to music with his first full-length project in two years – Space Heavy – featuring a tracklist of 15 shoegazy songs to get lost into. Since then, the artist has also celebrated the 10-year anniversary of his debut album 6 Feet Beneath the Moon.
Throughout the years Krule has seemingly gone from strength to strength. As you make your way through this 27-minute film, it’s easy to fall in love with the smooth transitions of each clip.
The next few months see Krule continue an extensive tour across the US, UK, and Europe.