Three days after we told you about the EP, we received new info on “Enough Thunder”: the release date of James Blake's new effort is set for 10th October. We’ve also been sent the new sleeve art (so the wolf in ochre that came with “Fall Creek Boys Choir” will be used for the artwork of the digital single), which breaks with the graphic line of the Londoner's previous work. A photo in black and white taken in the audience during his performance at the most recent Glastonbury festival will be on the cover of the six-track EP. Apart from the aforementioned “Fall Creek Boys Choir”, there will a cover version of Joni Mitchell's “A Case Of You”. The four other tracks are still a mystery, but the label says they're all solo efforts by young Blake. Bad news for those who thought there would be more collaborations with Bon Iver. The EP will be available separately or as an add-on to the new special edition of “James Blake”, the Londoner's debut album, to be released this autumn.
A Case Of You (Joni Mitchell cover)