October 2, 2008 12:09

Pete Doherty covers Blur song with Graham Coxon

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Footage of Pete Doherty and former Blur guitarist Graham Coxon performing together has been uploaded to the Babyshambles man's YouTube account.

The duo are seen covering 'You're So Great' - a Coxon-sung track from Blur's eponymous 1997 album.

Watch the video by clicking below.

The description given to the video is "solo album shots", fuelling speculation that the two musicians are working together on Doherty's upcoming solo record.

The video was added hours after Pete Doherty posted up a video featuring a new song likely to be titled 'Grace Wastelands'.

Last month Doherty uploaded a video of him jamming with Johnny Marr, formerly of The Smiths and currently a member of The Cribs.

Prior to that, the singer added a video showing footage of a meeting between him and Lee Mavers, the notoriously reclusive frontman of The La's.

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