Details recently leaked that James Blake's new album would be called Assume Form, would feature Travis Scott, Andre 3000, Moses Sumney, Metro Boomin, and Rosalia, and would be out January 25. James still hasn't officially announced the album himself, but he did launch the website assumeform.com, and as The FADER points out, a poster (see below) has been spotted in London, advertising that the album will actually be out next week (1/18). Stay tuned.

UPDATE: It's official. The album will be out January 18 via Republic and pre-orders have been launched. You can view the tracklist below, which includes recent single "Don't Miss It."

Meanwhile, yesterday James posted Instagram stories of him working in the studio with Rosalia (who also posted similar stories). Somebody uploaded the footage to YouTube. You can watch that video below too.

As mentioned, James Blake is also going on a North American tour, including two shows at NYC's Terminal 5 (tickets). All dates are listed below.

Tracklist
1. Assume Form
2. Mile High (Ft. Travis Scott & Metro Boomin)
3. Tell Them (Ft. Moses Sumney & Metro Boomin)
4. Into The Red
5. Barefoot In The Park (Ft. ROSALÍA)
6. Can’t Believe The Way We Flow
7. Are You In Love?
8. Where’s The Catch? (Ft. André 3000)
9. I’ll Come Too
10. Power On
11. Don’t Miss It
12. Lullaby For My Insomniac

James Blake -- 2019 Tour Dates
February 18 Atlanta, GA Tabernacle
February 20 Boston, MA House of Blues
February 21 Washington, DC The Anthem
February 22 Philadelphia, PA The Fillmore
February 24 New York, NY Terminal 5
February 25 New York, NY Terminal 5
February 27 Toronto, ON Sony Centre for the Performing Arts
February 28 Montreal, QC L’Olympia
March 2 Royal Oak, MI Royal Oak Music Theatre
March 3 Chicago, IL Riviera Theater
March 4 Saint Paul, MN Palace Theatre
March 8 Portland, OR Roseland Theater
March 9 Vancouver, BC Harbour Convention Centre
March 10 Seattle, WA Moore Theatre
March 12 Oakland, CA Fox Theater
March 15 Pomona, CA Fox Theater
March 16 Los Angeles, CA Hollywood Palladium

photo via Beats 1 host Matt Wilkinson