The album, titled Magic Whip, will be the follow-up to their 2003 record Think Tank.
Ask and ye shall receive, Internet.
At the time, he says, there’s no Blur future.
It’s a well-documented fact that sing-alongs get about 100 percent better when you’re a drunken mess in some bar or pub. Apparently, Damon Albarn can relate.
The avowed foodie has already launched a successful line of cheeses, with one named after New Order’s most famous song.
“Friday night!” It was a refrain Karen O, the extravagant frontwoman of resurgent New York art-rock heroes the Yeah Yeah Yeahs repeated throughout the band’s triumphant main stage performance that highlighted the first night of […]
“It’s my 1995 dream.” That’s what Entertainment Weekly Senior Editor Leah Greenblatt told Radio.com about the headliners for this year’s Coachella. Indeed, the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Blur and the Stone Roses all had albums […]