Earlier this week, Coxon announced that he’s releasing the soundtrack for hit Channel 4/Netflix show The End Of The F***ing World, sharing a track called ‘Walking All Day’ from it.
The Blur guitarist spoke to NME yesterday (January 18), explaining that he’s “interested” in doing more soundtrack work because he “had such a good experience” doing the music for The End Of The F***ing World.
“But I’m working on my own things as well,” Coxon added. “I’m still working on an album I recorded a while back when I was doing work with Blur. Those were some good times.”
Blur returned in 2015 with ‘The Magic Whip’, their first record in 12 years. Asked whether fans should expect a new album from the Britpop band soon, Coxon replied: “We haven’t discussed it. We are just doing what we are doing.”
The End Of The F***ing World soundtrack, which is Coxon’s debut original score, is set for both a digital and physical release. The 16-track album will be available to stream and download digitally on January 26, while a vinyl release is scheduled for March.
The show, which debuted on Channel 4 back in October before receiving its international release on Netflix earlier this month, is based on Charles S Forsman’s comic series of the same name.