Due out on December 11, 'Covers' also features Blake's acclaimed take of Frank Ocean's 'Godspeed'.
The four-track collection, described as ‘an homage to dancefloor elation,’ finds Blake returning to his roots.
The four-song release follows Blake’s Grammy-nominated 2019 album, ‘Assume Form.’
“This song is about the doubts we have whether it be within friendships, your partner or with our family. It’s about putting yourself in the other person’s shoes so you have a...
Blake first cover the song in 2017, but it’s only now come to streaming services.
The ethereal track, which marks Blake’s second standalone single of 2020, follows ‘You’re Too Precious.’
The electro-pop track marks Blake’s newest release, following ‘You’re Too Precious.’
The artist played an intimate, hour-long set over the weekend in support of the Loveland Foundation.
On his Pulitzer Prize-winning album, ‘DAMN.’, Kendrick Lamar wove a masterful tale of morality over cutting rhymes and urgent beats.
James Bay is a British singer-songwriter known for his acclaimed debut album Chaos and the Calm, as well as singles like Hold Back the River.
According to Blake, it’s the first in a series of videos where he’ll be performing fan requests during the coronavirus lockdown.
Suffused with emotional intensity, ‘The Colour In Anything’ finds James Blake evoking deep feelings using the language of electronica that stirs the soul.
Blake has described the track as a love song that’s about “wanting to take a little bit of someone’s load and just loving that person”.
The singer revealed the news on an Instagram Live Q&A last night, 20 April, sharing a short snippet of the song.
The playlist features tracks from Brian Eno, James Blake, Radiohead, Jonathan Richman and many more.