Secret Of 'The OOZ': King Krule Explains His New Album's Strange Title

Four years after an acclaimed debut, the 23-year-old, UK-born Archy Marshall is back with an eclectic new release. He says its odd name is rooted in some family history.
The OOZ, Archy Marshall's second album as King Krule, is available now. Source: Frank Lebon

Four years after an acclaimed debut, King Krule is back with his second proper album, The OOZ. The 23-year-old, UK-born Archy Marshall grew up in a family of musicians who played everything from ska to jazz to experimental jams in the house, and the eclecticism of his upbringing can be heard in tracks likeThe OOZ

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