James Blake Teases Brand New Album Artwork And Possible Name Change

Written by Zanda Wilson on 2nd May, 2016

James Blake Teases Brand New Album Artwork And Possible Name Change

Fresh off announcing a slew of Splendour In The Grass sideshows, James Blake may have given a sneak peak at the album artwork for his upcoming third solo record.

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.


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