Watch video for James Blake and Bon Iver’s ‘I Need A Forest Fire’

Clip showcases various abstract art pieces

James Blake has unveiled a video for his Bon Iver collaboration ‘I Need A Forest Fire’.

The song features on Blake’s new album ‘The Colour In Anything’, which was released last week (May 6). Bon Iver singer Justin Vernon recently said that his collaboration with Blake “came from wonderful accidents and good friendship”.

The ‘I Need A Forest Fire’ video takes place in an art gallery and showcases a number of different abstract pieces in dramatic lighting. Watch below.

‘The Colour In Anything’ is Blake’s third full-length to date, following 2013’s Mercury Prize-winning ‘Overgrown’ and his 2011 self-titled debut.

Read the NME review of ‘The Colour In Anything’.

The album’s tracklist is below:

‘Radio Silence’
‘Love Me In Whatever Way’
‘Put That Away And Talk To Me’
‘I Hope My Life (1-800 Mix)’
‘Waves Know Shores’
‘Choose Me’
‘I Need A Forest Fire’ featuring Bon Iver
‘Noise Above Our Heads’
‘The Colour In Anything’
‘My Willing Heart’
‘Two Men Down’
‘Modern Soul’
‘Always’ (co-written with Frank Ocean)
‘Meet You In The Maze’