Presenting a more open and accessible sound than on previous releases, ‘Assume Form’ sees Blake in as eclectic a mood as ever as he dives deeper into a world of pop hooks and upbeat melodies – with a sense of optimism, a series of guest appearances from the likes of Travis Scott, Moses Sumney, Andre 3000 find their pinnacle with the stunning Rosalia-led ‘Barefoot In The Park’ – all of which make this the perfect soundtrack to shaking off those winter blues.
As unrestricted by genre as it is underpinned by classic, emotionally-open songwriting, it is arguably Blake’s most direct, eclectic and pure artistic statement to date, following a rich period of creative and personal evolution for the artist. Even the album artwork would appear to represent a fundamental shift, no longer distorted by illustration, landscape or design, but staring right at you – and into the future. "Strikes a Perfect Emotional Balance...a remarkable achievement by one of the most original songwriters of his generation." A - consequence of sound
- Assume Form
- 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
- Power On
- Don’t Miss It
- Lullaby For My Insomniac