James Blake revealed the title of his upcoming album, The Colour in Anything, via billboards in Brooklyn and London. The album, Blake’s fourth, was originally thought to be titled Radio Silence, but it’s looking like the UK artist has changed his mind. Last week, Blake teased the London billboard, designed by Roald Dahl illustrator Sir Quentin Blake, on Twitter. Today, another billboard hit the streets in Brooklyn’s Williamsburg neighborhood, bearing the same title and a similar illustration. This would seemingly confirm the project’s new title.
So far, Blake has released three tracks that may be featured on the album, “Timeless,” “Modern Soul,” and “RPG” featuring Grime MC Trim. Way back in summer 2015, he confirmed that both Kanye West and Bon Iver would be featured on the album. Blake also contributed to Beyonce’s new album LEMONADE, appearing on the song “Forward.” There’s still no word on an official release date for The Colour in Anything, but with the billboards up, hopefully it won’t be too long now. You can take a look at some images of them below.