James Blake’s third album, The Colour in Anything, is officially on the way. Just days after the London singer unveiled the record’s title via a Brooklyn mural, Blake announced the record will be out Thursday night while on Annie Mac’s BBC 1 Radio show.
The collection serves as his first since 2013’s Overgrown, and will feature the likes of Kanye West and Bon Iver’s Justin Vernon. He previously shared “Modern Soul,” “Timeless,” and the Trim-assisted “RPG.”
Blake also revealed he’d worked with Rick Rubin on the project, and debuted the recorded version of “Radio Silence,” the previously reported album title.
Listen to “Modern Soul” — and see the artwork where he displayed the album title — below.