James Blake has finally, officially shared details of his new album ‘Assume Form’.
The album has been teased following a release date leak on a listings website, and a release date and details of special guests appeared on a London tube poster this morning, and we’ve now got concrete details on the producer’s fourth album, along with its tracklist and artwork.
‘Assume Form’ will come out next Friday (18th January) via Polydor, and, as reported, feature Travis Scott, Rosalía, Andre 3000, Moses Sumney and Metro Boomin.
The song with Rosalía was teased on both their Instagram accounts last night.
In addition to his recently announced North American tour in February and March, the album will be brought to three UK shows in April, before he plays Barcelona’s Primavera Sound in late May.
Tickets for the new dates go on sale on album release date, with a pre-sale on 16th January if you pre-order the record.
View the tracklist and artwork for ‘Assume Form’ along with the UK tour dates below.
01 Assume Form
02 Mile High (Ft. Travis Scott & Metro Boomin)
03 Tell Them (Ft. Moses Sumney & Metro Boomin)
04 Into The Red
05 Barefoot In The Park (Ft. ROSALÍA)
06 Can’t Believe The Way We Flow
07 Are You In Love?
08 Where’s The Catch? (Ft. André 3000)
09 I’ll Come Too
10 Power On
11 Don’t Miss It
12 Lullaby For My Insomniac
18 Atlanta, Tabernacle
20 Boston, House Of Blues
21 Washington DC, The Anthem
22 Philadelpia, The Fillmore
24 New York, Terminal 5
25 New York, Terminal 5
27 Toronto, Sony Centre For The Performing Arts
28 Montreal, L’Olympia
02 Royal Oak, Music Theatre
03 Chicago, Riviera Theatre
04 Saint Paul, Palace Theatre
08 Portland, Roseland Theatre
09 Vancouver, Harbour Convention Centre
10 Seattle, Moore Theatre
12 Oakland, Fox Theatre
12 Pomona, Fox Theatre
16 Los Angeles, Hollywood Palladium
07 Manchester, Victoria Warehouse
09 Bristol, O2 Academy
18 London, Hammersmith Apollo
29 Lyon, Nuits Sonores
30 Barcelona, Primavera Sound
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A record that simultaneously expands on his delicate production and sees him fully embrace his singer-songwriter alter ego.
Including his biggest headline show to date at London’s Alexandra Palace.
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