Alex James has spoken about the differences he has noticed in the present day Blur and the one he knows of the 1990's, admitting that things are a lot calmer between the group these days.
Speaking to 6Music's Steve Lamacq on the same evening that Blur revealed new singles 'Under The Westway' and 'The Puritan', James admitted that the future of the band was undecided but that things were going well at the moment.
"I've got no idea what happens next, or if it ever happens again," he said. Discussing the way in which he, Damon Albarn, Graham Coxon and Dave Rowntree work together, James added that "we click back into it like a family at Christmas."
Talking about the strained relationships which saw Blur split in the first place, the ass player continued: "We're not having fist fights any more, but I sort of miss that!"
Alex James has previously cast doubt on the future of Blur, saying he does not know what to expect beyond the huge Hyde Park gig this August.
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