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

Blur's two live shows at Wembley end up on record

Live at Wembley Stadium” will be released on July 26th on Parlophone. That is to say one year later”The Ballad of Darren”, a record that marked the return of Blur (Read review here) putting an end to an (almost) decade away from the spotlight for the English band. An unexpected album that allowed them to return to the stages and to their audience.

For the occasion, the British group held its two biggest concerts of the last thirty years on 8 and 9 July 2023, at Wembley Stadium – in north-west London – in front of no less than 150,000 fans. Two concerts, although Damon Albarn recently confessed that he would only do one (read here)

The dates at Wembley were an opportunity they took advantage of to present their new recording chapter and, without forgetting their previous releases, reinterpret their greatest hits: “Beetlebum”, “Coffee and TV”, “Song 2”, “Parklife”, Girls & Boys.

These two evenings have been recorded and are now about to be released on CD and vinyl. “Blur: Live at Wembley Stadium” will be available on July 26th on Parlophone.

In addition to this new live album, it will be released jointly “Blur: To the End”, a documentary that traces the recent history of the group. It will be available in cinemas (English and Irish) from 19 July (Read here).

From 6 September you will also see a recording of one of the famous Wembley concerts on the big screen (for the moment only in England and Ireland).