Blur's drummer hinted that the four original members have a one-week agenda in September that may lead to longer schedule.
Another confirmation of Blur's reunion is brought to subject. Drummer Dave Rowntree revealed that four original members including Graham Coxon who made his exit in 2002 are on the same ship to record their new album.
Rowntree hinted that they will enter the studio this September. He told NME.com, "There is a week in the diary in September. But it's a very small thing--it could either be a seed or a full-stop."
Coxon, who has remained silent all this while, finally hints his excitement. "I'm up for having a jam," he said to bassist Alex James who later wrote it in his memoir "A Bit of a Blur".
In May, James left the fans in despair after saying that a reunion is only a possibility that may fail. He said, "We're all heading into the studio together this summer. Graham's coming too. We're gonna see if we've still got it. If not, I think we'll just call it a day."
It was reported that the band has booked a place in London studio starting from this August.