Blur To Release Live At Wembley Album And Concert Film


Blur are to release a live album and feature length film of their two sell out shows at Wembley Stadium from last year.

In July 2023, Blur comprising of Damon Albarn, Graham Coxon, Dave Rowntree, and Alex James played two huge shows in front of 150,000 at the iconic venue in North London.

To celebrate these shows, Blur will release a special live album, which arrives on July 26.

Titled Blur: Live At Wembley, also features material from their latest album The Ballad Of Darren in the form of The Narcissist and St Charles Square.

The live album will also include: There’s No Other Way, Villa Rosie, PopsceneBeetlebumTrimm TrabbUnder the WestwayOut of TimeTo the EndParklifeSong 2, Coffee & TV, This is a LowGirls & BoysTender, and The Universal.

Blur: Live at Wembley Stadium

A feature length documentary called Blur: To The End will arrive on July 19, focusing on the band’s surprise and emotional return to music, as they released their first album in eight years with The Ballad Of Darren.

Elsewhere, the Country House hitmakers also announced the upcoming release of a concert film, Blur: Live at Wembley Stadium.

The concert film which will hit Irish cinemas on September 6.

While performing at the Coachella Festival back in May, the band’s frontman Damon Albarn did tell the audience that this would be “probably our last gig”. 

The singer had previously criticised the crowd for their lack of enthusiasm at their live set a week earlier.

More on that story from Nova here.