Blur will record again, one day, claims the band's guitarist.
Blur guitarist Graham Coxon has suggested that the band will put together a new record.
However, the 40-year-old told the Daily Star that it could be some time before the indie icons' fans get to hear it.
Coxon said: "I'd be up for it if everyone else is really into the idea. If it feels good, then we will [record again]. I'm sure we will."
He then told the newspaper that a new album is unlikely to be produced in the immediate future, as the band members have all "got some stuff going on".
In other news, Blur have also announced they will play three more warm-up shows over the summer.
The group revealed they will hit the stage at Southend Cliff Pavillion on June 21st, Wolverhampton Civic Hall on the 24th and Newcastle O2 Academy on the 25th, in addition to the appearances at Glastonbury, Manchester MEN Arena, T In The Park, Oxegen and London Hyde Park.
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