Blur - Under the Westway

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Music video by Blur performing Under the Westway. (P) 2012, the copyright in this audiovisual recording is owned by EMI Records Ltd 

The first of two new songs written by Blur especially for Hyde Park 2012 Olympics Closing Ceremony Celebration Party. Blur debuted both songs live on Twitter On July 2nd 2012 to several global trends and this is the performance. Make sure you check out the second new song, The Puritan.

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Production company: EMI Creative/Pulse Films
Edited by: David Lopez-Edwards
Commissioned by: William Nichols

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