A Cover Of Parklife by Blur

Watch as ‘Britpop Reunion‘ the UK’s best 90’s tribute band perform a cover of Parklife by Blur live at various festivals, birthday parties, weddings and more. Guests go absolutly nuts for this 1994 indie pop song. They love to call back “Parklife” to us then sing-along with “All the people, so many people, and they all go hand in hand, hand in hand through their, PARKLIFE”. Punters sing it so loudly that Britpop frontman Andy Starkey doesn’t even need to sing it himself most of the time. You too can hire a 90’s tribute band for a live event, festival, wedding or party. Contact band leader Andy Starkey to check on price and availability. 

First up A Cover Of Parklife by Blur at Silverstone Classic Festival

A massive crowd at a huge festival singalong with Britpop Reunion 100% live.


Parklife by Blur
Parklife by Blur


Secondly the Blur song Parklife performed live at a festival near London in Claygate. Britpop Reunion headlined ‘Gig On The Rec’ on a lovely Summer’s day and both us and the festival goers all had a superb fun time. It really was an amazing festival and th sound was superb too. 


Thirdly ‘Britpop Reunion‘ cover band perform Parklife taken from the Blur album Parklife at a wedding.


Fourthly Park life at a 40th birthday party in London at Nambucca Club.


Finally Parklife at another 40th birthday party band in Gloucestershire. 


During a small Christmas Festival in Staffordshire


Information about the Blur song Park life

Parklife was written by Damon Albarn, Graham Coxon, Alex James and Dave Rowntree. It was produced by Stephen Street, John Smith and Blur themselves. The single was released on 22nd August 1994 and strangely only reached number 10 in the UK charts. 

It features guest vocalist Phil Daniels from Quadrophenia fame singing the verse with Damon Albarn taking over on the bridge and chorus. The song is taken from the third Blur album (Previous albums were ‘Modern Life Is Rubbish’ and ‘Leisure’) of the same name ‘Parklife’ released on 25th April 1994.

Other songs released from the Parklife album include “Girls & Boys”, “To the End” and “End of a Century”. 

Blur have reformed again for some live shows in 2023 including Wembley Stadium and some warm up gigs in May 2023.