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Intimate 10-date trek marks his first North American solo shows.
Coxon is certainly open to following up 2015’s The Magic Whip.
The Blur guitarist also discusses the 20th anniversary of his debut solo album, The Sky Is Too High.
Blur’s Graham Coxon shares new song, “Walking All Day”, written for Netflix’s The End of the Fucking World: Stream
Coxon also wrote an original score for the dark and quirky British comedy series.
The song will be released as a limited edition 7-inch, with proceeds benefitting suicide prevention.
Their first performance in five years featured appearances from Noel Gallagher, De La Soul, Del the Funky Homosapien, Danny Brown, and more.
Damon Albarn plays a big, bad ice cream cone named Mr. Cream.
“We were all raw and hurt by it, for quite a while,” says guitarist Graham Coxon.
Blur/Gorillaz mastermind dazzles London with 26-song, two-encore concert.
The magic moment happened during Albarn’s Saturday headlining set at the Latitude Festival.
Damon Albarn and Graham Coxon debut new song at War Chid charity gig.