James Blake is still promoting his critically acclaimed Assume Form album and now he has gifted his fans with a brand new music video for the album’s latest single “Can’t Believe The Way We Flow”.
Blake is an English singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and record producer who first received recognition in 2010 for a series of EPs like CMYK and Klavierwerke. He released his self-titled debut album in 2011, which was very acclaimed by the critics and started gaining a lot of popularity since then.
During his career, Blake has been making several collaborations with many international artists, including Travis Scott, ROSALÍA, Bon Iver or Beyoncé and now he is performing in lots of different summer festivals worldwide.
“Can’t Believe The Way We Flow” has been one of the most acclaimed songs from his fourth album, due to its romantic and celestial vibes, set thanks to an amazing and prominent sample provided by the 60’s music band The Manhattans. But if you were expecting a matching music video to accompany the track, you couldn’t be more wrong.
A trippy visual directed by Frank Lebon offers a rapid sequence of faces and couples interacting mixed with the most uncomfortable realism, presented through some everyday common scenarios: pigeons having sex, a clogged toilet, teenagers smoking and homeless people appear to kill the sweet, romantic music background.