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From neon alienation on the other side of the world to the ultimate communion on their home turf of Hyde Park, Sam Wrench’s documentary-cum-live film on the story of Blur’s…

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Barely two songs into Blur’s two-hour Blackpool warm-up show and it’s total chaos. During ‘There’s No Other Way’, the surging crowd causes the barrier to come apart at the front,…

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The global Blur journey continues. From their corner of Colchester they’ve hit London’s Primrose Hill for 1993’s ‘For Tomorrow’, the vomit rivers of Greek island Mykonos on ‘Girls And Boys’,…

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And it looks like we might have made it to the end. This recent run of Blur gigs have been played and received with the unmistakable intensity of a last…

After the whiter shade of melancholy that was ‘Under The Westway’, the full hour Blur fans waited last night to hear ‘The Puritan’ was pretty much worth it. Initially jarring,…

Almost two years on from their last new material, the slight ‘Fool’s Day’ (which also included a ‘Westway’ reference), Damon and co finally unveiled another new Blur track, ‘Under The…

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Indie band Blur. (l-r) Graham Coxon, Dave Rowntree, Damon Albarn and Alex James

Due to some weird accident of timing, we’re currently getting a masterclass on how – and how not – to sustain a long career in pop. Jarvis is back under…

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