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Blur Have No Intention of Reactivating

Blur won’t be getting back together anytime soon.

August 27, 2021
Damon Albarn Melbourne 2014, photo ros ogorman
Damon Albarn Has A New Solo Album Coming

Damon Albarn will release his second solo album in November. Albarn had originally intended for 'The Nearer The Fountain, More Pure The Stream Flows' to be an orchestral piece inspired by the landscapes of Iceland, but during lockdown, the 53-year-old singer returned to the music and reformed them into 11 tracks.

June 23, 2021
Alex James Blur perform in Melbourne at Rod Laver Arena on Tuesday 28 July 2015.
Alex James Hints A Blur Reunion

Alex James has hinted Blur could perform at the Big Feastival.

April 28, 2021
Damon Albarn photo by Ros OGorman
Elton John Praises Damon Albarn

Elton John has collaborated with a number of different artists this year but the most important for him was playing piano and lending vocals on ‘The Pink Phantom’ for Gorillaz’ latest project 'Song Machine, Season One: Strange Timez' because he enjoyed working with the frontman so much.

December 13, 2020
Damon Albarn photo by Ros OGorman
Damon Albarn Wants To Get Back To Live Music

Damon Albarn understands that the health crisis is a "medical emergency" but insists it is also an "existential one" too as he urged governments to allow people to play and listen to live music if they wish to.

November 3, 2020
Noel Gallagher photo by Ros O'Gorman
Liam Gallagher Rules Out Collaboration With Damon Albarn

Noel Gallagher was asked by his Twitter followers if he'd be up for teaming up with his former band's biggest Britpop rivals Blur's lead singer, but the Gallagher was less than impressed.

August 26, 2020
Damon Albarn Melbourne 2014, photo ros ogorman
Damon Albarn Has A Theatre Show Planned

Damon Albarn will take his new project 'The Nearer The Fountain, More Pure The Stream Flows' - which is inspired by the landscapes of Iceland and was written in the country - to the London's West End theatre on June 3.

February 18, 2020