James Blake follows up the release of his The Colour In Anything album with the project's first video, for new single "I Need a Forest Fire." The visual was directed by United Visual Artists: Matt Clark in collaboration with Chris Davenport.

Featuring fellow seasonly moody singer Bon Iver on harmony, the video includes various abstract art installations (a single rose catching fire, a bird rising towards the sky, metallic butterflies, etc.) that take the wallowing track over the dark edge.

"I Need a Forest Fire" is one of the standout offerings from James Blake's third studio album, which dropped on May 5. It comes after his notable collaboration with Beyoncé on Lemonade.

After watching the video above, click here for our roundup of the oddest musical partnerships.