Damon Albarn says Blur's London shows will be something special.
Blur will put their "heart and soul" in their two upcoming London shows, the band's frontman has claimed.
Speaking to NME.com, Damon Albarn said that the group is focusing on how to make the gigs, the first of which is tonight, deliver something special to their fans.
He commented: "It's very simple. We're just going to put our heart and soul into it!"
Bassist Alex James also told the news provider that he is happy Blur has reunited, as he was close to thinking to that they would never play together again.
He added that he is pleased with the mix of hits and the band favourites that they will play at London's Hyde Park, saying: "I like the fact that we go all over the shop."
Albarn agreed, telling the publication that bands can easily become tired of playing the same material and suggesting this is one reason that the group's ten-year break was a good idea.
Recently, Blur guitarist Graham Coxon told the Daily Star that he does not expect Blur to release a new studio album in the near future, due the band's members working on their own projects.
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