6 Feet Beneath the Moon singer King Krule fronts the new SS14 issue of Another Man, and we've got an exclusive image of the South London teen prodigy hanging out by the jukebox in a working men's club. Shot by Willy Vanderperre and styled by Alister Mackie, King Krule (real name: Archy Marshall) talked to Paul Morley about being born and bred in London, and how he was a teenage dropout:
"I got my first laptop at the age of 15 and that kept me inside. I remember a whole summer just sat inside with my brother, it was a really good time. We didn’t have any friends and we were both embarrassed that we didn’t have any friends, and my mum was like, ‘Why don't you have any friends?’ But we just bonded so much and developed connections, and he showed me so much – it was a great period of learning things. I dropped out of school completely at 16 and it was like dropping into this vast ocean that went on forever, and you could so easily get lost and I was like, ‘How am I going to float? How will I ever be seen?’"
The issue is out now. Head here to read more about the kid Another Man calls the next great hope for British music.
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