The album, titled Magic Whip, will be the follow-up to their 2003 record Think Tank.
At the time, he says, there’s no Blur future.
He probably won’t be leading drunken singalongs of “Parklife”, but Damon Albarn is coming to the U.S. regardless.
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.
Bonnaroo will also feature performances from The Flaming Lips, Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, Kaskade, Damon Albarn, Neutral Milk Hotel and many, many more.
On Saturday, March 23, 2013 at London’s Royal Albert Hall, the Britpop wars were finally put to rest when Noel Gallagher, Damon Albarn and Graham Coxon (with modfather Paul Weller on drums) performed Blur’s “Tender” […]
Blur formed in 1988 and released their debut album, Leisure, in 1991. In the six albums that followed, Blur has been everything from “Britpop” to “Indie” to “Art Rock.” But since their last studio release, […]