Fittingly, he was taken off stage after singing The Clash’s “Should I Stay or Should I Go.” Good one, Damon.
Still not sure why Damon Albarn referenced “heavy metal” in Song 2, when it’s obviously Post-Grunge Smooth Jazz…
The album, titled Magic Whip, will be the follow-up to their 2003 record Think Tank.
At the time, he says, there’s no Blur future.
The ’90s are back in full force. Alien earrings and slacker music are the hot trending thing with teens these days, while we adults are digging out our dusty old Doc Martens that we knew would come back in style.
Damon Albarn can’t make up his mind…first he says that Blur AND his side project Gorrilaz are over, then says he really never “said that”. And I’m not typing this, either.
iPad is the new sound studio
Alex James from Blur is now a scholarly man!
[lastfm]Blur[/lastfm] have announced the title of the song they recorded to be released as a vinyl single on Record Store Day, April 17. The track, which has been named “Fool’s Day,” is the first to […]