The Britpop band reconvened in 2015 for their first album release in 12 years. Their comeback album ‘The Magic Whip’ was the first Blur album to feature Coxon since 1999.
With their ‘Magic Whip’ tour commitments concluding, Coxon told NME at the NME Awards 2016 with Austin, Texas that the band have “no plans” and that he is “available” for new projects.
“I think the four individual members are kind of just free form at the moment,” Coxon said.
“I’m woodshedding. Damon’s busy, he’s doing a load of things, Alex and David are doing stuff… but collectively, there’s no plans”.
Coxon then joked: “I’m just waiting for phone calls from anyone, you know… I’m just sitting in my woodshed practising acoustic guitar. But I’m available”.
Blur won Best Music Film at the NME Awards 2016 with Austin, Texas for their band documentary ‘New World Towers’.
The film fought off tough competition from Amy, Montage Of Heck and Straight Outta Compton.