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Listen: Blur ‘Under the West Way’ New Song Debuted Live

Written by Brayden Darke on February 20, 2012

Blur have debuted their new track Under the West Way live at the War Child Benefit Concert at London’s Shepherds Bush Empire. This is the band’s first new song since the track Fool’s Day was released for the Record Store Day as a 7″ limited to 1000 copies.

This could come from what could be a new album from the band, their first since 2003’s Think Tank, and first since guitarist Graham Coxon famously left the band, before reconciling with Damon Albarn and reuniting in 2009.

The new song was written a couple of weeks ago while the band were on the road.

Listen: Blur – Under the West Way

Via Consequence Of Sound and It’s Always Better on the Outside

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