Blur have continued their reunion tour, playing an intimate show at London's 100 Club late last week. The venue, a hot spot for mods and punks over the last few decades, has a capacity of just 350.
The gig was part of the on-going series of Converse Represent shows at the iconic venue, which has also seen performances by Paul Weller and others.
The band's set was comprised of material from their 1990's Britpop period including the tracks "Advert," "Colin Zeal," "Oily Water" and "For Tomorrow." Blur closed with new track "Under the Westway" and skipped the encore.
Blur plays Plymouth's Pavilions on August 7 before headlining an Olympic closing ceremony gig in Hyde Park on August 12, which Albarn said would be "for the human beings" celebrating the Games and not the corporations behind it.
by RTT Staff Writer
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