Not long ago it was revealed that James Blake will be releasing another EP next month on R&S records. The A-side is “Love What Happened Here” (which you can hear, here) while the b-sides are “Curbside” and “At Birth.” The 405 points out that “Curbside” is now available to check out. The song is instrumental and, well, weird. It definitely goes back a little towards the sound of his previous R&S releases, but also incorporates a lot of new things that we haven’t heard from him before. Check it out below.
James Blake – “Curbside”
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