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James Blake’s album, ‘The Colour In Anything,’ is now available to stream

It has been three long years since James Blake released Overgrown. The second studio album from the British singer and musician was met with an exceptional deal of acclaim, due in part to his glorious falsetto and lush, chilling melodies.

A good deal of silence followed, leading up to the recent debut of a few new singles on Blake’s BBC Radio 1 show, 1-800 Dinosaur. It was then confirmed that the album was complete, and rumors immediately circulated speculating its release date.

After unveiling the title of his third LP, The Colour In Anything, via a Brooklyn billboard, Blake took to Annie Mac’s BBC Radio 1 show today to announce that album would be released only a few hours later. Co-written by none other than Frank Ocean and featuring a track from Bon Iver’s Justin Vernon, The Colour In Anything has finally arrived and is now available to stream below:

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