Blur recently revealed the dates for their Mexico and South American Tour. It is set to star in the month of November.
The band’s official Twitter account shared the dates for the trek. Check it out below:
- 18/11 Capital Corona Festival, Mexico City
- 21/11 Movistar Arena, Bogotá
- 24/11 Fauna Primavera, Santiago
- 26/11 Primavera Sound, Buenos Aires
blur play Mexico & South America this November
18/11 Capital Corona Festival, Mexico City 🇲🇽
21/11 Movistar Arena, Bogotá 🇨🇴
24/11 Fauna Primavera, Santiago 🇨🇱
26/11 Primavera Sound, Buenos Aires 🇦🇷
— blur (@blurofficial) September 15, 2023
Meanwhile, The Blur fans were saddened to hear of the passing away of John Davis who was a truly wonderful audio mastering engineer who mastered numerous records of all major Damon Albarn’s projects – solo, Blur, Gorillaz, The Good, The Bad and The Queen, Monkey… – and many many other artists you know and love, from Led Zeppelin to Lana Del Rey. It is needless to mention that he was such a lovely human being and a big fan of Damon’s work, too.
Damon Albarn said:
“The dark arts of mastering have always amused and fascinated me. John is an adept and I’ve always enjoyed watching him cast his mercurial magic.”
It has been also noted that Blur, R.E.M., Garbage, Idlewild and more are set to reissue albums from the 1990s for next month’s National Album Day via NME. It was announced earlier this year that National Album Day will take place on October 14 and feature a special spotlight on the ’90s. Other artists set to reissue records on the day include Fatboy Slim, Bob Dylan, Wu-Tang Clan, Jeff Buckley and more.