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James Blake Shares New Song “Mulholland”

Assume Form Vinyl Version Due Out May 10

Apr 26, 2019 James Blake
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James Blake released a new album, Assume Form, back in January via Republic. Now he has shared a new song, “Mulholland,” which is a bonus track on the vinyl version of the album, due out May 10 via Republic. Listen below.

Read our review of Assume Form.

The album was only announced a week before it’s release date and when it was announced no new music from it was shared (although the album does include the previously shared single “Don’t Miss It”). But then Blake did share two pre-release songs from the album: “Mile High” (which features Travis Scott and Metro Boomin) and the album’s haunting closing track, “Lullaby For My Insomniac.” Then he shared a video for “Mile High.”

Assume Form also features André 3000, Moses Sumney, and ROSALÍA. Blake’s last album was 2016’s The Colour In Anything. Back in May 2017 he shared a lyric video for “Don’t Miss It” (which was one of our Songs of the Week). It followed “If the Car Beside You Moves Ahead,” another new song Blake shared back in January 2017 (via a video for the song), which is not featured on the album.

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