- 23 Jun 21
The first track from his follow up to Everyday Robots is out now.
Damon Albarn has finally released details of his upcoming second solo album, titled, The Nearer The Fountain, More Pure The Stream Flows.
The title track of the album is out now, giving fans a taste of the new material he'll play at the National Concert Hall in Dublin on the rescheduled dates of February 23 and 24, 2022
His 2021 album, which is coming out November 12 of this year, will be the first solo album from the Blur and Gorillaz frontman since 2014's acclaimed Everyday Robots.
Fresh from the latter band's Song Machine Season One: Strange Timez in 2020, Damon has shown no signs of slowing down, now aged 53.
The upcoming record was previously announced without a title by Transgressive Records last week.
"Truly prolific, his latest solo work is amongst the finest of his career," said Toby L, from London indie label.
"We really couldn’t be more honoured to welcome Damon and his phenomenal team at Eleven Management into the Transgressive family."
Tickets for Damon's upcoming rescheduled shows in Dublin are available from the National Concert Hall's website. Ticket holders for the previous dates in April will be contacted, with those tickets still valid for the new dates.