King Krule dropped a brand new visual yesterday morning for his track “A Lizard State”. The video shows Archy defying gravity, performing in his signature styled tall suit. It was also inspired by Alfred Hitchcocks film Dial M For Murder. His album 6 Feet Beneath The Moon is in stores now. Check out the video directed by Jamie-James Medina below.
Speaking on the inspiration and use of Hitchcock in the video, Jamie-James Medina said:
“Archy and I both love Hitchcock and we’ve spent a lot of time away from music talking about his films. When I heard the phone ringing over the intro all I could think about was Dial M For Murder and the scene where Grace Kelly answers the phone. That really started the conversation. I had this idea of Hitchcock introducing King Krule. I’ve seen every episode of Hitchcock Presents and every introduction that he gives is brilliant – you could use any episode and it would work. We loved the idea of Archy defying gravity and that being the setting for his performance. But right up until shooting we didn’t know if we’d get permission to use the Hitchcock footage – to have him appear. Its such an honor that the Hitchcock estate gave us the opportunity. And then at the very end he said, ‘and the room is full of lizards’, so we had to find a set of lizards and managed to get a guy who entertains at children’s parties.”