Blur release brand new track “St. Charels Square”


With just over a week until their Wembley Stadium shows, Blur released “St. Charles Sqare”, the latest track from their brand new album ‘The Ballad of Darren’, out 21st July on Parlophone. The opening line of ‘St. Charles Square’ is already firmly established as a crowd favourite as the band blaze their new songs across Europe this summer.

Damon Albarn said of the track – “St. Charles Square is a place where the ghosts of monsters can be found.”

With shows in the UK and across Europe blur will have already performed their iconic and much-loved songs along with new tracks “The Narcissist and “St. Charles Square to more than 2 million fans across Europe by the time they take stage for their first-ever Wembley Stadium shows in London in just over a week.

The band’s headline show on Saturday 8th July at Wembley Stadium sold out in minutes, with a second and final show added for Sunday 9th July. Last remaining tickets available via Ticketmaster.

The band will welcome old friend and special guest Phil Daniels for a very special guest appearance on both nights at Wembley Stadium, with Sleaford Mods joining the line-up for the sold-out Saturday 8th July along with critically acclaimed English singer-songwriter and Mercury Prize nominee Self Esteem and London-based electro-pop duo Jockstrap. Sunday 9th July will see Paul Weller and The Selecter open for blur, with DJs Steve Davis and John Doran & Kavus Torabi also set to entertain the crowds at what promises to be two unmissable summer nights in the capital.


Photo Credit: Reuben Bastienne-Lewis