Graham Coxon Announces One-Off London Gig

Plus new double-A side single release

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Blur‘s Graham Coxon has announced a one-off London gig, to take place at The Barbican Hall on November 28.

Playing as The Graham Coxon Power Acoustic Ensemble, the evening will feature special guests and artwork projections.

Graham Coxon is also to release a new double-A side single through Trangressive Records on September 28, featuring “Brave The Storm” and “Dead Bees”.

The single, the third from album ‘The Spinning Top‘ will be available for download only, when fans buy a unique numbered Graham Coxon artwork print.

Tickets available from the Barbican, here.

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