King Krule "A Lizard State" (video)

King Krule "A Lizard State" (video)
Coming off his recent North American tour, King Krule is now repping his 6 Feet Beneath the Moon with a Hitchcock-inspired video behind its "A Lizard State."

The clip starts with a vintage, gravity-defying intro from the Master of Suspense himself, but eventually we find Archy Marshall gruffly sermonizing about the state of his heart. Copping a feel from Dial M for Murder, a lacey peeper tries to place a call from the next room over, though the pair end up communicating through the cracks in the walls.

"Archy and I both love Hitchcock and we've spent a lot of time away from music talking about his films," director Jamie-James Medina said in a statement. "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."

You'll find the video, which is also full of lizards, down below.