Damon Albarn's Best Non-Blur Albums - Ranked In Order Of Greatness
A new Gorillaz album should come lumbering onto the music landscape in the semi-near future. Damon Albarn says the group will start recording its follow up to 2011’s The Fall in September, though whether that means fans can expect a new record in 2016 is anyone’s guess. Show More Summary
The advent of Blur’s new album, The Magic Whip, and the band’s subsequent reunion tour, has been has been one of 2015’s hallmark nostalgia-laced stories, and Damon Albarn seems bent on continuing the streak. While in Australia, Albarn let it slip that he’s going to begin working on a new Gorillaz album as well, which […]
Good news for fans of the animated concept/actual band known as Gorillaz: The future is coming on. (It's coming on. It's coming on.) More specifically: Frontman Damon Albarn says that this fall, he's going to begin recording music for a new Gorillaz album. Show More Summary
Damon Albarn and Jamie Hewlett prepping the animated band's first release in five years.
This January, Jamie Hewlett posted new artwork featuring Gorillaz, the animated band helmed by himself and Damon Albarn, to his Instagram. When fans speculated that the group were plotting a follow-up to 2011's The Fall, Hewlett responded, "Yes Gorillaz Returns". Show More Summary
Damon Albarn’s Roskilde incident shocked spectators because security had to literally carry the rocker off stage because he refused to leave the stage after playing a set that lasted for 5 hours, The New York Times reports. The BlurShow More Summary
It looks like Damon Albarn — the frontman of the English rock band Blur and the mastermind behind the English virtual band the Gorillaz — made a complete fool of himself this past weekend at Denmark’s Roskilde Festival. And it was hilarious. Show More Summary
Talk about a party pooper. Fans were evidently enjoying an epic five-hour set from rocker Damon Albarn when he was carried off stage at the Roskilde Music Festival. Albarn, front man for Blur and the brains behind cartoon rock band Gorillaz, was only five minutes over his scheduled end time at 4 a.m. Show More Summary
Looks like they made it to the end.
Damon Albarn—singer for Blur, mastermind behind Gorillaz and numerous other musical projects—decided to he wanted to keep performing recently, causing a bit of a problem for the staff of the 2015 Roskilde Festival. The Telegraph reports...Show More Summary
During a recent concert in Denmark, musician Damon Albarn was carried off stage after performing a five-hour set. The Blur frontman performed for The Africa Express Project during the Roskilde Festival on July 4 along with fellow musicians Songhoy Blues, Nick Zinner, Jeff Wootton and Seye Adelekan. Show More Summary
Albarn being carried off stage at Roskilde 2015 Damon Albarn played Denmark's Roskilde Festival over the weekend (7/4) as part of Africa Express, the project he founded that brings together Western and African musicians. Where most festival sets keep things...
The Blur front man refused to leave the stage and was removed from it just minutes after his set was to end at 4 a.m., The Guardian said.
Sometimes you just wanna rock. And rock. And rock. Such was the case over the weekend when Blur frontman and Gorillaz founder Damon Albarn refused to leave the stage at Denmark's Roskilde Festival. A security guard eventually hoisted Albarn in the air and carried him stage right, as the Telegraph...
In 2014, TIME dubbed Damon Albarn “The Hardest Working Man in Rock.” The Blur frontman lived up to that title on Sunday when he played a whopping five-hour set at the Roskilde festival in Denmark and only stopped because he was carried off the stage. Albarn headlined the music festival as part of his Africa…
Denmark’s Roskilde Festival ended this past weekend, and concertgoers who made it to the Africa Express supergroup set were treated with a very special performance by Damon Albarn. The Blur and Gorillaz frontman played a 5-hour set that came to an abrupt conclusion when a security officer told Albarn that his time was up. Albarn […]
Usually it’s audiences that have to coax musicians into staying for an encore, but at this weekend’s Roskilde Festival in Denmark, it was Damon Albarn who wouldn’t let the audience leave. Not that it looked like they wanted to. After...Show More Summary
Blur frontman/voice of one of the Gorillaz Damon Albarn played a marathon five-hour set at Africa Express at the Roskilde Music Festival in Denmark on Saturday, and yet he still wanted more. Typical rock star excess. Read more...