Hot off of an incredible set at Splendour in the Grass, English producer James Blake is playing at the Thebarton Theatre tonight. This will be the fourth and final show of Blake's Australian tour - all in support of his new album 'The Colour of Anything', which features collaborations from Bon Iver and Frank Ocean. Expect classics like 'Retrograde' and his cover of Feist's 'Limit To Your Love', alongside new songs such as 'Radio Silence' and 'Modern Soul'.
Fellow electronica Brit Mark Pritchard will be opening for Blake - while his releases encompasses grime, breakbeat and house, his most recognised work is with Tom Middleton as ambient duo Global Communication and their acclaimed album '76:14'.
Watch the video for Blake's collaboration with Bon Iver, 'I Need A Forest Fire', below:
Doors open at 7, while the show kicks off at 8. For more information, check out the event here.
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