Blur frontman Damon Albarn has said that the album they started recording in 2013 may never get finished.
Albarn announced in February of this year that 15 songs had been recorded in Hong Kong last May, but that a new album would probably not surface for years.
Now in an interview with NME this week, Albarn has stated that his preferred method of working and complications in Hong Kong may mean that the album will never see the light of day.
“I’d do some more work on it. I like making records in short periods of time if I can,” he said. “There was too much commuting between where we were staying and where we were recording and it was a bit too hot. I think that’s why we didn’t get it finished… There’s some great tunes on there, but it may just be one of those records that never comes out.”
Blur recently announced the release of Live At The Budokan, watch the performance of ‘Yuko and Hiro’ below.