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James Blake has dropped a second new track of the day, 'Lullaby For My Insomniac'

Check out 'Assume Form''s closing track now.
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Published: 8:26 pm, January 17, 2019
James Blake has dropped a second new track of the day, 'Lullaby For My Insomniac'

James Blake has dropped a second new track from his forthcoming album 'Assume Form'.

Earlier today, he debuted new cut 'Mile High', featuring Travis Scott with additional production from Metro Boomin.

Now, he's followed it up with another fresh offering, 'Lullaby For My Insomniac'. The album's closing track, you can check it out below.

'Assume Form' is Blake's first full-length since 2016's 'The Colour In Anything', and features the likes of André 3000, Rosalía, and Moses Sumne.

James Blake is set to play three UK dates this April. He'll kick off in Manchester at the O2 Victoria Warehouse on the 7th, before playing Bristol's O2 Academy on the 9th, and London's Eventim Apollo on the 18th.

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