Still holding out hope for another reunion of the four-piece U.K. outfit known as Blur? Well, if you put much stock in the recent comments made by guitarist Graham Coxon in an interview with NME (we know that’s hard to do!), then there is still hope for that possibility. Despite the fact that “everyone has gone back to their day jobs from the Blur thing,” Coxon noted that the band is “open to suggestions as far as next year goes.” Then again, this is the same guy who was lobbying for a continuation of the reunion following a summer of festival appearances and one-off, indie-friendly concerts in Hyde Park, only to ultimately watch his bandmates move onto other endeavors, like a new Gorillaz album. So, you know, draw your own conclusions…
Another Blur reunion still a possibility, says Graham Coxon
by Alex Young
on November 30, 2009, 10:20am
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