Blur frontman Damon Albarn was joined by guitarist Graham Coxon during his performance at the UK’s Latitude Festival. As Albarn makes the rounds promoting his debut solo effort, Everyday Robots, the Britpop veterans reunited onstage to perform one of Blur’s most enduring hits, Tender. As Consequence of Sound reports, Albarn has been giving Blur songs
Blur guitarist Graham Coxon has released a new video for his latest single What’ll It Take. The video is made up of clips sent in by 85 fans from 22 countries, cut together by director Ninian Doff. What’ll It Take is taken from the New Graham Coxon album A+E. The album – which is the
Blur guitarist Graham Coxon has revealed full details of his forthcoming solo album, titled A+E. The album – which is the eighth in his career – is the follow-up to 2009’s The Spinning Top and will be released on April 2. Coxon will also be touring in the UK in support of the record later
Blur guitarist Graham Coxon has tantalised fans of the Britpop movement worldwide by suggesting the band have been meeting up and recording new material, but that it isn’t going to see the light of day any time soon. A few remarks on Twitter earlier this month caused much excitement amongst Coxon’s followers, when he revealed
Graham Coxon has hinted that Blur are talking about doing some more shows abroad.