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Following up the surprise release of his third studio album, The Colour in Anything, alt electronic crooner James Blake has just dropped a beguiling new video for the LP’s Bon Iver-collaborated track,Nike Vapormax 2016 Womens AU “I Need A Forest Fire.” Directed by UVA, the video conceives a shadowy, CGI-heavy world where swinging pendulums, butterflies, crumbling Renaissance statues, and other moody objects seamlessly pan out over the song’s stark and minimal beat. Watch the video for “I Need A Forest Fire” above and stream The Colour in Anything below.