James Blake highlights nature’s beauty in “I’ll Come Too” video

Featuring footage from the BBC Natural History archive.

James Blake has unveiled a gorgeous video for “I’ll Come Too,” a cut from his latest album Assume Form.

The clip, which was edited by Matt Meech, uses footage from BBC’s Natural History archive as well as unused scenes from the 2016 documentary series Planet Earth II. The visual is a glimpse into New Zealand’s Snares Islands, featuring various species of birds such as penguins and albatrosses.

“James was keen to make a music video that involved animals in some way,” Meech said in a press statement. “Once I heard the beautiful track, I knew I had to be a part of it. I started my career editing music videos, 20 years ago, and music has always been a big part of my storytelling technique.”

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“I’ll Come Too” is the latest track from Assume Form to get the video treatment, following “Can’t Believe the Way We Flow” and “Barefoot in the Park.” Take in Blake’s new video here:

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