James Blake has gone from digitally manipulating his own voice to becoming a singer; from constructing tracks to writing songs. Inspired by Burial, Blake subdued a generation and became an inspiration and a collaborator of many pop culture icons and artists including Beyoncé, Kendrick Lamar or Travis Scott. Cultural theorist Mark Fisher described his early work as a symptom of the 21st century’s identity crisis. After the colossal success of his first three albums and throughout a whirlwind world tour, Blake found himself in a depressive state. He had to reinvent his entire artistic process and managed to produce the stunning “Assume Form”, an album about the power of love and relationships.