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Blur drummer Dave Rowntree: "You know, if we didn't play 'Song 2,' we'd never get invited to a festival again."
Blur have created their own brand of 'The Magic Whip' ice cream. Anyone who purchases it will receive a complimentary download of the new song, “Y’all Doomed.”
The Blur and Gorillaz leader performed at the festival in Denmark until 4AM and only left the stage when he was physically removed.
Blur’s comic book is in the traditional Chinese Manhua style.
Blur's Graham Coxon also said today that the band would support a reformed Oasis "for a quarter of a billion."