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King Krule makes U.S. television debut on The Late Show with David Letterman, performs 'Easy, Easy'

by Caitlin Carter   Oct 29, 2013 13:26 PM EDT

King Krule (Photo : YouTube: Late Show with David Letterman)

King Krule made his U.S. debut last night on The Late Show with David Letterman. The U.K. singer-songwriter (born Archy Marshall) performed the guitar-driven single "Easy Easy" off his latest album 6 Feet Beneath The Moon, which he released back in August. He dressed up in nice suit for his set, showing off the contrast between his youthful appearance and his mature, baritone voice.

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Born in '94, the singer, whose latest moniker was inspired by King Creole, released his first demo at age 8. His style is often referred to as darkwave, and the BBC has likened him to Morrissey and Edwyn Collins. He studied at the same school as Adele and Amy Winehouse (Brit School) for two years before dropping out.

Listen to his Letterman performance here, and let us know what you think in the comments section below!


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