Blur: documentary and concert film about the 2023 reunion are released

Blur: documentary and concert film about the 2023 reunion are released

Last year, at Wembley Stadium in London, Blur reunited for their first concerts since 2015, i.e. the tour in support of the group’s latest album, “The Magic Whip” (read the review here), which was released twelve years after the previous “Think tank” (read the review here). THE two shows (here is Rockol’s story from London), which saw the quartet formed by Damon Albarn, Graham Coxon, Alex James, Dave Rowntree return to action together on the Wembley stage will be witnessed by a concert film forthcoming titled “Blur: Live At Wembley Stadium“.

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In addition to the London concerts and an entire reunion tour (which also stopped in Italy), last year Blur also returned with new music releasing the album “The ballad of Darren” (our review here), the making of which will now be the subject of a documentary arriving later this year.

As reported by Screen Daily, British sales and distribution company Altitude has added the two upcoming titles to its European Film Market (EFM) slate. According to what was also reported by the NME, both projects will be released in cinemas in the United Kingdom and Ireland later this year. A precise release date, however, has not yet been announced.

The two projects are directed by Toby L and produced by Josh Connolly via British production company Up The Game, who previously worked on “Liam Gallagher: Knebworth 22”, “Olivia Rodrigo: Sour Prom”, “Foals: Rip Up The Road” and others.