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King Krule covers iD Magazine

King Krule covers iD Magazine

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Archy Marshall a.k.a. King Krule poses for iD magazine for their A/W 2013 issue.

Gracing the cover of British magazine iD this winter is none other than King Krule. The red headed boy from London has quickly become one of the biggest musical stars of 2013 - releasing the album '6 Feet Beneath The Moon', to great critical acclaim at the tender age of 19.

Formally known as Zoo kid - who later changed his name to King Krule - Archy wrote his first song at the age of 8. The self taught musician was offered a place at the Brit School - the acclaimed London school for performing arts, home to Adele and Amy Winehouse - where he mastered his craft. Now at 19 King Krule is optimistic about his future in the industry as he explains  "My generation is optimistic. There’s a lot of positivity to the creativity of people my age. I’d never want to be involved in economics and politics. But I’d definitely lead a creative movement, and collectivise people creatively and inspire the rest of the population. I’d like to unite artists around the world." 

 King Krule covers iD Magazine

Styled by Max Pearmain for the shoot, Archy sports various dark and striped suits paired with some Hawaiian-inspired shirts against different solid block coloured backdrops. Our favourite look from the shoot is the McDonalds shirt paired with a pinstripe black trouser. 

 King Krule covers iD Magazine

 King Krule covers iD Magazine

 King Krule covers iD Magazine

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