Blur release ‘I Broadcast’ video with fan footage from around the world – watch

Song is lifted from comeback album 'The Magic Whip'

Blur have aired their new video for ‘The Magic Whip’ track ‘I Broadcast’, with the clip featuring fan-submitted footage.

The band – who released ‘The Magic Whip’, their eighth album and first in 12 years, in April – recently asked fans to send in footage of them performing the song in question.

An early edit of the video was premiered during the group’s gig at London’s Hyde Park in June. Now the full-length video, directed by Tony Hung and edited by Jackson Duccase, has been released. Watch the video in full below.


Blur are set to play live dates in Chile, Argentina, Mexico and the US during October.


Blur bassist Alex James, meanwhile, recently performed a DJ set with TV chef Jamie Oliver during their Big Feastival event, playing ‘Wonderwall’ by Oasis during the set.

The music and food festival took place in Kingham, near Chipping Norton in Oxfordshire, last month (August 28-30).

Watch footage of the DJ set, with Oliver dancing and pumping his fists in the air below.


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