Thursday, 17 December 2009
NME reveals some of the Blur documentary stuff
This week's issue explains a bit of the content that No distance left to run includes, all taken from an advanced screening watched exclusively by NME.
Blur talk about the reasons that led Graham to leave the band in 2002 during the recording sessions of Think Tank. Damon Albarn explains: "I didn't want to do it, I had Gorillaz - and then he [Coxon] didn't turn up".
Graham Coxon states for his part that he couldn't do it due to going to the rehab centre The Priory to deal with a growing alcohol problem, admitting that drinking "was how I used to protect my feelings".
As it's been officialy announced and also posted in The Kiss of morning, No distance left to run will be next 19 of january on UK cinemas.
Thanks to 2-J for the scan ;)