Monday 20th September
UK, Ireland & Europe: 19:30 BST
Monday 20th September
North & South America: 19:30 MDT
Tuesday 21st September
Asia, Australia & New Zealand: 19:30 AEST

Photo Credit: Steve Gullick

Due to popular demand, live media platform Doors.Live has announced that Damon Albarn’s sold-out one-off show at the iconic Globe Theatre on the banks of London’s River Thames will now be made available to fans around the world. This very special performance from Shakespeare’s Globe on Monday 20th September 2021 will stream live at 20:00 BST and will also be available to stream in North & South America, Asia, Australia and New Zealand. Ticket information here

Albarn said – “I love playing in the round and at The Globe you can see the moon too, marvellous.”

Accompanied by his band and a string quartet, the performance marks a rare solo appearance for Damon Albarn, who presents tracks from across his songbook, including his forthcoming new album The Nearer The Fountain, More Pure The Stream Flows, out 12th November on Transgressive Records. 

The Nearer The Fountain, More Pure The Stream Flows, originally intended as an orchestral piece inspired by the landscapes of Iceland, has seen Albarn return to the music in lockdown over the last year and develop the work to 11 tracks that further explore themes of fragility, loss, emergence and rebirth. The result is a panoramic collection of songs with Albarn as storyteller. The album title is taken from a John Clare poem Love and Memory. 

For tickets and information about The Globe live stream event, visit: https://doors.live/damonalbarn

Preorder the The Nearer The Fountain, More Pure The Stream Flows album here.

Further Information:

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Damon Albarn is a singer, songwriter, producer and composer whose eclectic musical style and observational lyrics have made him one of the UK’s most influential and consistently interesting musicians.

A founder member of Blur, Gorillaz and The Good, The Bad & The Queen, he is the recipient of six Brits, two Ivor Novello Awards and a Grammy Award. 

Outside of Blur and Gorillaz, Albarn has a number of other releases, including Mali Music (2002), The Good The Bad and The Queen (2006), Monkey: Journey to the West (2007), Kinshasa One Two (2011), Rocket Juice & The Moon (2012), Dr Dee (2012), Africa Express Presents: Maison Des Jeunes (2013), Africa Express Presents: The Orchestra of Syrian Musicians (2016), Merrie Land (2018), Africa Express Presents: Egoli (2019), as well as his Mercury Award-nominated debut solo album Everyday Robots (2014).

About Doors.Live:
Doors is shaping the future of the live music economy via streaming, giving artists of all levels a chance to connect with a global audience. The Swedish-founded social live media platform removes procedural barriers and red tape surrounding legal live streamed music experiences: incorporating ticketing, merchandising, broadcasting, production, and local tax reporting to music rights compliance. (https://doors.live)