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Coxon: No new Blur record

Graham Coxon has denied that Blur are working on a new album, after the world of music and social media picked up on a Twitter message of his and ran with it.

Coxon caused a Twitter storm earlier on in the month when he tweeted 'now off to see the Blur boys and have a coffee and maybe switch a tape recorder on', with many assuming that the band were working on a follow up to 2003's Think Tank, but he has since said that they were just doing a jam session, and that they've not started work on any serious project. He also says that fans might have to wait as long as six years for a new record.

'Every now and then we like to meet up and record a few things,' Coxon said. 'Maybe turning the tape recorder on and jamming around a few ideas. I suppose it might turn into an LP in six years or something. We just do stuff when we feel like it.'

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