James Blake teases possible album artwork created by Roald Dahl illustrator Sir Quentin Blake

The musician has also hinted at a possible album title change

James Blake could be hinting at the new artwork for his upcoming album, painted by renowned Roald Dahl illustrator Sir Quentin Blake.

Today (April 28) the musician retweeted several photos of a four-panel London mural featuring the phrase “The Colour in Anything.” The mural was painted by Sir Quentin Blake, who’s best known for illustrating the work of author Roald Dahl.

James Blake affiliate 1-800 Dinosaur Crew’s Dan Foat also favourited a fan tweet speculating on a possible connection to the musician’s new LP. The Facebook page for 1-800-Dinosaur also posted the image.

Blake tentatively titled his new album ‘Radio Silence’ last year but this latest rumour could see ‘The Colour In Me’ as the new title favourite.

James Blake told Radio 1 that his album is finished and ready to be released. n a stint as surprise host on the station that day (April 14), he admitted that the hotly anticipated follow-up to his Mercury Award-winning 2013 album ‘Overgrown’ was done at last. He said it contains 18 tracks, including one that weighs in at 20 minutes in length.

The new record is said to feature the diverse likes of both Kanye West and Justin Vernon from Bon Iver as guest contributors, as well as guitars from New Zealand alt-R’n’B artist Connan Mockasin.