Blur

Damon Albarn announces one-off London solo show

Blur and Gorillaz man is set to showcase tracks from his new record 'The Nearer The Fountain, More Pure The Stream Flows'

Graham Coxon tells us about his sci-fi new album ‘Superstate’ and Blur’s next move

The guitarist explains his ambitious new graphic novel and soundtrack project, his dislike for space-travelling billionaires, and all this talk of Blur returning

‘Feel The Noise: The Music That Shaped Britain’ review: lazy rehash needs new voices

You've heard all of these stories told better before – and by more interesting people

Blur’s Alex James looks back on 30 years of ‘Leisure’: “We were very bratty, very arrogant, very drunk”

"We were out of control at that time. I don't think New York was ready for us"

Damon Albarn announced as special guest for Latitude Festival 2021

The Blur frontman will preview his second solo album at the Suffolk festival

Damon’s back – and so is the mullet, it seems. Our columnist investigates

In the name of Serious Journalism, one writer embarks on a quest to enjoy the musical polymath's new 'do

Damon Albarn on new “carnival-themed” Gorillaz music and talk of a Blur reunion

Gorillaz are "going back to the spirit of their first record" while Blur "have an idea" of how to return

Damon Albarn: “I had to do something to lift me out of these storms”

The icon on his new solo album 'The Nearer The Fountain, More Pure The Stream Flows'

Damon Albarn announces new album ‘The Nearer The Fountain, More Pure The Stream Flows’

“I took some of these realtime, extreme elemental experiences of Iceland and then tried to develop more formal pop songs with that as my source," Albarn tells NME

Damon Albarn signs new deal with Transgressive Records to release second solo album

The label says Damon's "latest solo work is amongst the finest of his career"
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