Blur

Blur have revealed the trailer because of their new documentary ‘Blur: New World Towers’, which is released on December 2, and have their Hyde Park gig come july 1st.

The documentary is usually expected to concentrate on the Damon Albarn/ Graham Coxon dynamic, going in-depth how the band’s latest ‘Magic Whip’ came into being as the first Blur four-piece album in sixteen years.

‘New World Towers’ – the title of your track on eight album ‘The Magic Whip’ – could be the name of your building in Hong Kong. The city features inside film since the location of concert footage that concludes the filming, and since the opening towards the album’s story. There will be interviews with band members, and insights that advertise to look ‘inside’ the group.

The marketing blurb promises the subsequent:

“Featuring stunning live material with previously uncaptured songs alongside intimate moments pursuing the band inside studio, New World Towers isn’t a chance to witness a band on the very height in their powers, but a rare probability to see the members at their most candid, when they reflect on their success and speculate concerning future.”

Earlier soon, Graham Coxon said he has a total solo album written and ‘on hold’, which is already taking into consideration the album which will follow that. The ‘on hold’ album was recorded alongside ‘A&E’ way back in 2012.

Coxon also said this, of the latest material:

“Funnily enough I wakened today considering sound concepts, harmony, mood and rhythm. I might want to go expansive English, rather like if England experienced a huge desert will be the middle. That kinda sound.”

Blur plays two huge American shows immediately, appearing at Hollywood Bowl on October 20th and Madison Square Garden on October 23rd.

Damon Albarn revealed yesterday that he offered Mike Myers the possiblity to play with Blur dressed as Austin Powers with the New York show, during ‘Parklife’, but Myers was “unable to accomplish it.”

Watch the trailer for that new documentary via YouTube, below:

Trailer