Damon Albarn performs Blur songs at BBC's Maida Vale Studios – watch Blur Tickets

Frontman plays acoustic versions of 'For Tomorrow' and 'This Is A Low'

Damon Albarn performed Blur songs 'This Is A Low' and 'For Tomorrow' during a visit to BBC's Maida Vale studios. See above to watch now.

The frontman appeared as part of BBC 6Music's celebration of 20 years since Britpop exploded in the UK. Albarn was a guest of DJs Jo Whiley and Steve Lamacq, whose much loved radio show The Evening Session was revived as part of the celebrations.

In this week's NME, which is on newsstands and available digitally now, Albarn dispells rumours that the band have played their final shows, saying they would be "mad" to never perform together again.

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Speaking about the future of Blur, who currently have no live dates in their calendar, Albarn paints an optimistic picture: "Everything is good between us all. I'm sure we'll play again at some point," he says. "It'd be mad to go the rest of our life and never play any of those songs again."

As previously reported, elsewhere in the interview Albarn reveals that him making an album with Noel Gallagher is a "distinct possibility" in future while also stating that he could release a new Gorillaz album "next week".

Damon Albarn will release his debut solo album 'Everyday Robots' on April 28.


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