Released: 22nd February 1999.
It's been a two year gap since Blur's last single, and the wait has definitely been worth it. One of their best ever singles, it's even made it onto the Radio 2 playlist! The crossover appeal of this epic woeful ballad should ensure Blur finally get another No. 1 single since 1995's "Country House".
Blur's new single is very strange. It reminds me of an old Beatles song, but is in fact not very good. You keep waiting for the song to get started but it never actually happens, and you're left wondering what it was all about. On the whole it's a real let down, it's more like Bleurgh than Blur.