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When Blur played The Tonight Show last week, the whole massive expanded ensemble reconvened backstage to record an unplugged rendition of “Tender,” the timeless opening track from 1999’s landmark 13, with Jimmy Fallon sitting in.
Last week, Blur released their reunion album The Magic Whip, and they also played their first New York show in 12 years. The album came about in an unconventional way. The band members had reunited
Scott called it a week ago, when he heard Blur were playing Fallon. Hell, for all I know, Scott made the whole thing happen through sheer force of will. Or maybe it was just magic.
Blur have landed! The Britpop greats have only played two U.S. shows since their 2009 reunion (both at Coachella), and they haven’t been on American TV all together since Graham Coxon left the band in
Blur’s comeback album The Magic Whip is a quiet, experimental piece of work, but the lads still found time to record something zany. The hilariously titled Japanese bonus track “Y’all Doomed” is a playfully frantic,
We’ve heard a bunch of songs from Blur’s new Magic Whip album already — “Go Out,” “There Are Too Many Of Us,” “Lonesome Street,” and a live debut of “Ong Ong” — and here’s another
Blur’s grand comeback album The Magic Whip, their first in 12 years, looms imminent. Before this morning, they’ve shared two of its songs, the wiry “Go Out” and the ponderous “There Are Too Many Of
A month ago, Blur announced the imminent release of The Magic Whip, their eighth album and their first in 12 years. They also shared the first single “Go Out,” which harkened back to the giddy,