King Krule 'Dum Surfer' by Brother Willis
Sickness, sweat and smiles are the order of the day in Brother Willis's visual for King Krule's stylish punk-bossanova crossover with Dum Surfer.
So ill he has to be wheeled in on a gurney, KK joins his equally peaky-looking bandmates for an interminable performance to disinterested onlookers. The effect is to make everyone so eerily clammy that they appear to be actually melting.
None of this can pervent the increasingly zombie-ish Krule being anything than utterly cool, and sounding very good. Loads of fun.
|Executive Producer||Simon Oxley|
|1st AD||Jack Meredith|
|Focus Puller||Robin Webster|
|2nd AC||Phil Herron|
|Art Director||Benny Casey|
|Other credits||cast: Peter Lidell, Jacquie Jones, Allan Laza, Snake, Terri Lorelle, Melissa Tongue, Mary Benn, Laurence Brampton, Sean Chin, John Mes|
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