The Sky Is Too High, into the public consciousness, and that trend continued with 2000’s The Golden D. Coxon is now eight albums in, and 2012’s A+E saw him take a more pop-rock approach, but the sound is still clearly his own. It’s about time we got a new full-length, although he wrote the score for the Netflix show The End of the Fucking World (based on the indie comic book of the same name), and that soundtrack was released this year. What we’ll get from him at the Lodge Room is anyone’s guess.
Despite the on-again-off-again nature of Blur and Graham Coxon’s tumultuous relationship with frontman Damon Albarn, the guitarist has managed to maintain not just an active and prolific solo career but a mighty impressive one. The lo-fi nature of the songs combined with the chirpy melodies associated with his main band pushed 1998’s solo debut,