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James Blake‘s highly anticipated follow up to his eponymous debut album is finally almost here– April 8th to be exact. Overgrown will be released independently on his own label, 1-800-DINOSAUR, and after hearing the spectacular first single, “Retrograde”, I have been scouring the internet daily to find a new track from the London producer. Today, we are luckily enough to get rips of not one but two tracks off of his new album. And while I already had incredibly high expectations for it, these two songs prove that his second album is undoubtedly going to be one of the best of the year.

“Voyeur (Dub)” premiered on BBC Radio 1 today, and his beautiful crooning starts off the song with a slow bassline until it completely switches up halfway through, which we have seen James Blake do excellently in previous tracks like “I Never Learned to Share.” The song turns into an incredibly danceable beat and I can’t wait to hear the full quality of this song in headphones– it’s going to be killer.

The second leak of the day, “Digital Lion” is equally amazing, and features legendary producer Brian Eno. Again, James Blake‘s beautiful vocals are at the forefront of the song to start it off, but his voice becomes more of an instrument the second half of the song, being chopped up to coincide with the wobbling basslines and intense drum beats.

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