Blur to reconnect for Christmas drinks and possibly new music
The star told NME that the lads thought it would be great to meet up for a "Christmas drink" and he hopes the rendezvous will in turn lead to a studio session:
"We're getting together for a Christmas drink next week which is nice. We still see each other all the time, more since we were all living out of a suitcase. We'll probably record again."
Despite these exciting new plans to lay down some tracks, James added that he doubts Blur will release a new 'full' album because the pressure of producing 12 songs is a little too much so an EP would be more suitable:
"Is there such a thing as an album? Does music have to come 12 tracks at a time?"
Watch a new interview with James, in which he talks about his transition from guitar music to cheddar, below:
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