The Blur frontman has spoken out about the rumoured new Blur album.
Blur played an intimate show at London's 100 Club last night (August 2) as part of a series of warm up shows for their Olympic closing ceremony date.
The band played the tiny venue in Oxford Street as part of the Converse Represent gigs and dipped into their extensive back catalogue, with such album tracks as Bugman from 13 and Colin Zeal and Advert from 1993's Modern Life Is Rubbish.
They also performed live versions of the two new Blur tracks, Under The Westway and The Puritan.
The full setlist was:
Girls & Boys
Young & Lovely
Under The Westway
The band are due to play Hyde Park on August 12 as part of the Olympics closing ceremony show. They play further warm up dates at Wolverhampton Civic Hall on August 5 and 6 and Plymouth Pavilions on the 7th.