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Blur announce To The End documentary; Irish and UK film screenings this July

Blur announce To The End documentary; Irish and UK film screenings this July

Blur film trailer

Blur have announced a documentary depicting the most recent activity with the band.

blur: To The End is a feature-length documentary that will be screening at cinemas in the UK and Ireland from 19th July 2024.

It covers the most recent live reunion gigs and their first record in eight years – The Ballad Of Darren. “The documentary follows 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.”

blur: To The End is directed by Toby L and produced by Josh Connolly, via production house Up The Game.

Tickets are on sale now with more cinemas being added through to release. For a list of UK and Ireland cinemas and to book tickets, visit or

Watch a trailer:

No Irish cinemas announced yet.

“We’ve barely communicated for the last 10 years… I mean even when we really split up, it didn’t take this long to make a record, but what’s wonderful is as soon as the four of us get in a room together, it’s just exactly the same as it was when we were all 19….”

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Alex James.

“The fact that we haven’t always got on, that is one of the chemistry points that has led to us being able to make the music we do. I’m absolutely convinced of it.”

Dave Rowntree

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