Damon Albarn was joined on stage by his Blur bandmate Graham Coxon for the climax of his Latitude 2014 headline set tonight (19th July).
As part of an encore that started with a piano led solo version of ‘End of a Century’, Albarn called out Coxon, claiming he couldn’t perform Blur track ‘Tender’ without “the man I wrote it with”.
Following the song with Gorillaz standout ‘Clint Eastwood’, along with rapper Kano as another guest, the set closed the second day of the festival which also included performances from Royksopp & Robyn, Hall & Oates, Jungle, Bombay Bicycle Club and First Aid Kit.
Damon Albarn played:
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Tomorrow Comes Today (Gorillaz song)
Slow Country (Gorillaz song)
Kids With Guns (Gorillaz song)
Three Changes (The Good, the Bad & the Queen song)
Photographs (You Are Taking Now)
Kingdom of Doom (The Good, the Bad & the Queen song)
You and Me
Dam(n) (Rocket Juice & the Moon song)
El Mañana (Gorillaz song)
History Song (The Good, the Bad & the Queen song)
Out of Time (Blur song)
All Your Life (Blur song)
End of a Century (Blur song)
Tender (Blur song)
Clint Eastwood (Gorillaz song)
Heavy Seas of Love
Check back tomorrow morning for a full report on Albarn’s headline set.
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