Blur To Reform?
Rumours say the Britpop four-piece are heading into the studio to work on a new album
Blur are getting back together and recording new material this November say reports.
According to The Mirror the band behind Beetlebum, Parklife, Song 2, Country House and other hits will all reform including guitarist Graham Coxon.
A source told the tab: Theyve all had lots on with solo projects, cartoon bands and farming. But by the end of summer, their plates will be clear. Theyll go into the studio in November.
Since the last Blur material in 2003 Damon Albarn has busied himself with both Gorillaz and The Good The Bad And The Queen.
Coxon has had a solid solo career while drummer Dave recently stood for a council seat in London. Alex James has just released his autobiography A Bit Of A Blur.
We hope the rumours of a reformation are true this time cos we love Blur but we wont be holding our breath just yet.