James Blake teased some rather tantalising information regarding a new album last week, but we missed it. Let's get caught up, shall we?

In an interview with the Miami New Times, the electronic producer-slash-crooner opened up about a possible Kanye West collaboration:

"It looks like we should be able to get something done. I know that there's a specific song I would like him to be on, and if he can do that by the time my record comes out, that would be fantastic."

That's good, but you wanna know when to expect it, right?

"I'm working hard and doing my best--I'm aware that people want to hear this record, so I'm not being complacent. I should hope that [the new album] will be a step on, as much as the second one was to the first. I guess I've taken a focus on the songwriting again, even more closely, and I'm dabbling in some different production techniques, things I've developed. A lot of things have changed in my life since the last record, and overall for the better, so I'm in a good place, I think. I'm in a good place to write in general, and I have been for quite a while."

But when can we hear it Blake!? We want a timeframe! "About five months." Ok. See you then.

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