Damon Albarn to play London's Royal Albert Hall in November

Singer will be joined by "very special guests" on November 15

Damon Albarn to play London's Royal Albert Hall in November

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Damon Albarn has announced details of a one-off London gig at the Royal Albert Hall.

The singer will perform with his band The Heavy Seas on November 15. Tickets are available from Friday (August 1) at 9am and cost between £35 and £65 each. As well as his band, Albarn promises "very special guests" will join him for the gig.

Meanwhile, Albarn has said that Blur may never finish the album they began working on in 2013.

Albarn, who released his first solo album 'Everyday Robots' in April, recorded new music with his Blur bandmates in Hong Kong in May last year.

However, in an interview published in this week's NME which is on newsstands today (July 30) and available digitally, Albarn says that because he likes to work in shorter, more concentrated periods of time he fears that he may never return to the tracks the band made while in Asia.

To check the availability of Damon Albarn tickets and get all the latest listings, head to NME.COM/tickets.


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