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Sometimes things are nice!

King Krule’s music isn’t necessarily known for being upbeat, but the singer’s new Instagram account is surprisingly chill—and sweet.

Launched Friday, @oozskyphotos posts fan-submitted pics of the sky looking pleasant. That’s it. It’s a challenge inspired by the cover art for King Krule’s most recent record The OOZ, which hit shelves in October and features a plane cutting across a cloudless blue sky—a pastel trail of condensation floating behind it.

This is the priganal

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The gentle, abstract imagery has an ASMR-like calming quality once you scroll through the first few photos. Anyway, fans have been spotting their own planes and trails out in the wild, and now the singer is collecting them all in one place.

@my._.lens

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@363n632049b612 in Milan

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@jamesroe_ Chelmsford in October 2017

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As the AV Club points out, these pictures are bound to attract some chemtrail conspiracy comments eventually, but for the time being the comments are only things like “nice one” and “this good af”—so it’s basically the perfect online community.

Sometimes things are nice!

Christine Friar

Christine Friar

Christine Friar is a writer and editor in New York who focuses on streaming entertainment and internet culture. Her work has appeared in the Awl, the Fader, New York Magazine, Paper Magazine, Vogue, Elle, and more.

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