Directed by UVA, the clip comprises gorgeous shots of various art installations that play with light, shadow and shapes, while birds and butterflies are a common theme throughout. As the song reaches its subtle apex, a digitally rendered butterfly on a branch takes flight, preempting the stunning final shot of a whole kaleidoscope flitting about a lone bulb like the sun.
The Colour in Anything arrived last week and marks Blake’s third album and the follow-up to 2013’s Overgrown. Along with Bon Iver, it features Frank Ocean, who is also credited with co-writing the album; Rick Rubin co-produced the LP. Along with his new album, Blake recently appeared on Beyoncé’s Lemonade, co-producing “Pray You Catch Me” and “Forward,” and singing on the latter.