James Blake has announced details of his highly anticipated fourth album ‘Assume Form’ as well as an intimate UK headline tour for April this year.
James Blake April 2019 UK Tour:
Manchester O2 Victoria Warehuose, 07 April
Bristol O2 Academy, 09
Bristol O2 Academy, 10 ***EXTRA DATE ADDED***
London Eventim Apollo, 17 ***EXTRA DATE ADDED***
London Eventim Apollo, 18
The English electronic music producer and singer-songwriter’s new album is due out for release on 18 January 2019. Fans can pre-order the new album to gain early Presale access to tickets on Wednesday (16 January) from here
James Blake has risen to become one of the most important musicians, producers and songwriters in the world. In the last couple of years alone, the Mercury-Prize-winner and BRIT and Grammy Award nominee has joined musical forces with the likes of Kendrick Lamar, Beyoncé, Jay Z, Mount Kimbie, Bon Iver, Chance The Rapper & Frank Ocean, as well as collaborated on arts’ projects with Quentin Blake, Natalie Portman and The Black Panther soundtrack.
In the UK, James has headlined London’s Field Day, Green Man, Glastonbury and has also confirmed an appearance at this summer’s Primavera Sound Festival.
‘Assume Form’ will feature an impressive list of guest artists including André 3000 and Travis Scott to ROSALÍA, Metro Boomin and Moses Sumney.
Check out the full album track listing below:
Mile High (ft. Travis Scott & Metro Boomin)
Tell Them (ft. Moses Sumney & Metro Boomin)
Into The Red
Barefoot In The Park (ft. ROSALÍA)
Can’t Believe The Way We Flow
Are You In Love?
Where’s The Catch? (ft. André 3000)
I’ll Come Too
Don’t Miss It
Lullaby For My Insomniac
FIVE FAST ARTIST FACTS:
- James Blake is the son of James Litherland.
- He was announced as the runner-up in BBC’s Sound of 2011 poll.
- His eponymous debut album was released in the UK in February 2011.
- Blake was nominated for the Mercury Music Prize 2011 for his self-titled debut album.
- He received an Ivor Novello Award for Best Contemporary Song in 2014 for track ‘Retrograde’, taken from his second album Overgrown.