James Blake Teases Brand New Album Artwork And Possible Name Change
Written by Zanda Wilson on 2nd May, 2016
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Contrary to popular belief, the album may not be called Radio Silence – with the British muso retweeting a picture of a mural containing the phrase ‘The Colour In Anything.’
The four-panel mural is in the midst of being created by Sir Quentin Blake – who is known best as children’s author Roald Dahl’s illustrator (think Matilda, James & The Giant Peach). James Blake retweeted Sir Quentin’s mural, which also contains an image of a cloaked silhouette that looks similar to one that was on the cover of Blakes 2013 LP Overgrown.
One of Blake’s musical associates also posted the image to Facebook and favourited a tweet commenting on the possibly connection between the mural and Blake’s forthcoming album.
This just in: mysterious Quentin Blake billboards going up in Great Eastern St, London EC2…! pic.twitter.com/a3rGDPnFcG
— Sir Quentin Blake HQ (@QuentinBlakeHQ) April 28, 2016