The magic moment happened during Albarn’s Saturday headlining set at the Latitude Festival.
“If it doesn’t go well, I promise you I’ll never do it again.”
Plus, he supports his debut solo album with “Lonely Press Play”.
Planning a Eurotrip? Start here.
On the album’s 20th anniversary, no less.
A road trip from Blur to Everyday Robots
Albarn’s “most personal” album to date features Brian Eno and Bat For Lashes.
Plus, he offers a status update on Blur and Gorillaz.
Amherst rock band knows no fear.
He performed songs from Blur, Gorillaz, and The Good, the Bad, and the Queen, as well as his debut solo album.
Soon you’ll taste the Oasis and Blur rivalry.
Plus, our Photographer of the Year.
Headliners pull out just eight weeks before festival commences.
And a little something called the Dubstep Gun.
They’ll perform at Big Day Out alongside Pearl Jam and Blur.
“We’ll come back to it when the time’s right.”
One of this year’s most eclectic lineups — in pictures!
He also has plans to embark on his first solo tour.
“We thought it would be a good time to try and record another record.”
A compilation of this weekend’s best moments in video.
Blur, The Stone Roses, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Modest Mouse…
The Breeders, James Blake, Grizzly Bear, and Deerhunter, too.
The days of Trapper Keepers, Yikes Pencils, and MC Hammer.
Green Day, Kings of Leon, Sigur Rós, and Alt-J, too.