Blur, David Bowie, Iggy Pop for 'Lego Rock Band'– video

Watch Damon Albarn and co rock out 'Song 2' as plastic figures

Blur, David Bowie, Iggy Pop for 'Lego Rock Band'– video
Blur are set to join David Bowie and Iggy Pop by appearing in the forthcoming 'Lego Rock Band' computer game.

Watch video footage of the band in Lego form performing 'Song 2' by clicking on the video below.

The game is set for release later this year – although an exact release date is yet to be revealed.

Songs by acts including Radiohead, Metallica, Nirvana, Beastie Boys and Weezer have appeared in previous conventional editions of 'Rock Band'.

See the NME Bored At Work blog for more on 'Lego Rock Band'.



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