December 10, 2008 15:05

Blur reunion inspires 30-foot graffiti stunt on London's Millennium Bridge

Mystery fans adopt the band's lyrics for the stunt

Blur reunion inspires 30-foot graffiti stunt on London's Millennium Bridge
Lyrics from Blur's 2003 single 'Out Of Time' have appeared on London's Millennium Bridge today (December 10) as part of a street art stunt.

The stunt (pictured) came just 24 hours after NME.COM exclusively revealed that Blur have reformed.

Commuters crossing the bridge today were greeted with the following lyrics, taken from 'Out Of Time', plastered to the floor: "And you've been so busy lately / That you haven't had the time / To open up your mind / And watch the world spinning / Gently out of time."

The graffiti, which is not tagged, takes up around 30 feet of the bridge, which overlooks St Paul's Cathedral and the Tate Modern.

For the full exclusive joint interview with Damon Albarn and Graham Coxon get this week's issue of NME, on newsstands across the UK now (December 10).

To see more pictures of the stunt, head over to the NME blog.

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