Damon Albarn signals Blur reunion
Blur fans may get the chance to catch the band perform live again next year following hints from Damon Albarn that they may reform.
The lead singer of the group, who is currently touring the UK with Gorillaz, told BBC 6 Music that he recently met up with the other members of the band.
"I think we'll probably do something, well we did talk about doing something, maybe, in January," he told the radio station.
However, if the band do announce something in the new year, it is unlikely to be a large arena tour, as he added that it would only be something small and not anything that could be considered career based.
The performer, who is also a member of The Good, The Bad and The Queen, recently announced he is creating another new group with Nigerian-born drummer Tony Allen and Flea from the Red Hot Chili Peppers.
By Jemma Howard
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