James Blake shares artwork for new album

James Blake shares artwork for new album

A mural in Brooklyn displays art designed by Sir Quentin Blake.

James Blake has unveiled a wall mural in Brooklyn, displaying the artwork for his new album, which appears to be called ‘The Colour in Anything’.

The LP title (previously thought to be ‘Radio Silence’), was revealed over the weekend. Roald Dahl illustrator Sir Quentin Blake has designed the work, which initially appeared on a separate mural in East London last week.

See the album art / mural over on Noisey.

Blake’s third album will follow 2013’s Mercury Prize-winning ‘Overgrown’. No word yet on if it’ll feature ‘Modern Soul’ or ‘Timeless’, two new tracks to have emerged in the last couple of months.

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