Blur share new clip from ‘To The End’ documentary

Blur share new clip from ‘To The End’ documentary

Blur share new clip from ‘To The End’ documentary

Blur have shared a new clip from their upcoming documentary, To The End – watch it below.

On July 5, two weeks ahead of To The End‘s cinematic release in the UK and Ireland, the band shared a new clip that chronicles the minutes before Damon Albarn and co. took to the stage at Wembley last year.

In the clip, we see throngs of fans at the sold-out Wembley Arena, as Albarn, Alex James, Dave Rowntree and Graham Coxon huddle together before heading out on stage, sharing a laugh.

Albarn narrates: “I don’t allow it to get to me ’cause I accept if my voice can’t sing all those songs then that’s just the way it is. If I was really neurotic about things like that, I’d be shitting myself.” The clip ends with Blur walking onstage to deafening applause. Watch the hair-raising clip below.

Blur: To The End is due for release in cinemas in the UK and Ireland on July 19. You can book tickets for To The End here.

To The End will “follow the unique relationship of four friends – and bandmates of three decades – Damon Albarn, Graham Coxon, Alex James and Dave Rowntree as they came together in early 2023 to record new songs ahead of their sold-out, first-ever shows at London’s Wembley Stadium in July last summer.”

The documentary will be Blur’s second upcoming film, and will be followed by their concert film of the Wembley gigs: Blur: Live at Wembley Stadium. It is set to arrive in cinemas across the UK & Ireland on September 6. Ticket and cinema details will be shared soon. Live at Wembley Stadium will also be accompanied by a soundtrack of the same name that will be released this July 26 – it’s currently available to pre-order now here.

  • READ MORE: Blur live in London: stadium-sized eruptions of pure, utter joy

In a five-star review of Blur: To The End, NME‘s Andrew Trendell wrote: “They bicker, they hug, they call each other c**ts, they get the job done. While Blur’s last doc and accompanying live movie No Distance Left To Run was a portrait of a band celebrating their legacy and giving a nostalgia-hungry world exactly what they craved, this spiritual sequel shows a band simply supporting each other. Whether they return again or not remains to be seen. But even if they don’t, this was one hell of a final fling.”

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