Damon Albarn

Damon Albarn announces new London show with The Nearer The Fountain, More Pure The Stream Flows project

The Blur frontman's new project is inspired by the landscapes of Iceland

Damon Albarn hails Slowthai as “kindred spirit” after Gorillaz collaboration

"You need to work with people who are kindred spirits."

Damon Albarn announces new project and tour, ‘The Nearer the Fountain, More Pure the Stream Flows’

Damon Albarn has announced details of new project 'The Nearer the Fountain, More Pure the Stream Flows', which he'll be taking on tour in...

The Big Read – The Good, The Bad & The Queen: “There’s something sinister behind Boris Johnson”

The Good, The Bad & The Queen’s latest album ‘Merrie Land’ took the temperature of the country and was a melancholic ode to a Britain scarred by toxic politics and divisive ideologies. Nine months later, tying in with the anniversaries of ‘Parklife’ and ‘London Calling’, Jordan Bassett meets Damon Albarn and The Clash’s Paul Simonon to hear what’s changed

Damon Albarn on Morrissey’s support of For Britain: “If you don’t live in the country, then you shouldn’t be dabbling in its politics”

Damon Albarn has spoken out against Morrissey's controversial political views and his support of the nationalist party For Britain. The former Smiths turned solo star...

Africa Express – ‘EGOLI’ review

Earlier this year, Africa Express played one of their biggest gigs to date at Waltham Forest in Leytonstone, east London. It was a diverse...

Damon Albarn’s Africa Express announce new album ‘EGOLI’ with first single ‘Johannesburg’

Damon Albarn’s Africa Express have announced their new album 'EGOLI' and shared its first single, 'Johannesburg'. Stream the track and find more details below. ...

Damon Albarn says Britain is “emotionally messed up”: “Our mental health is not good”

Damon Albarn has called Britain “emotionally messed up” in a new interview. The musician released a new album with supergroup The Good, The Bad...

Damon Albarn says music needs to be more political because “selfie music isn’t sustainable”

Damon Albarn has called for music to be more political, saying “selfie music is not sustainable”. Read more: The Best Of Blur: Damon's 25 Finest...
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