By Madison Vain
March 27, 2015 at 02:13 PM EDT
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Blur performed their first collection of new material since 2003’s Think Tank (and first with guitarist Graham Coxon since 1999’s 13), The Magic Whip, at a small club in London last Friday night for a fan-club-only crowd of roughly 300 people. They played the entire album in sequence and chances are, you weren’t there.

Luckily, you can still watch a piece of the performance—EW is exclusively streaming “Go Out,” the first track off the album. It’s punky, a little funky, and peaks with a pretty awesome guitar solo.

Blur’s next schedule performance is of a slightly different scale: They’ll take the stage in London’s 65,000-capacity Hyde Park for the British Summer Time festival on June 20. The Magic Whip is due April 28. 

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