Damon Albarn reveals Blur’s future plans

The band could reconvene in January

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Damon Albarn has said that Blur have discussed doing something “small” as a band together in January.

The frontman is currently on tour with Gorillaz in the UK, but he told Sky News that the four-piece could convene again in the new year.

“We [Blur] did talk about doing something in January,” he said. “Something small, no career-based world domination ideas.”

Earlier this year Albarn told Uncut‘s sister site [url=http://www.nme.com/news/blur/51007]NME[/url] that he was planning on releasing further one-off Blur singles[/url] after they released a new song, ‘Fool’s Day’, for Record Store Day in April. Last month he said: “I’ve got a lot of songs that will always only be comfortable in the context of Blur.”

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