April 28th - date of premiere of Damon Albarn solo album "Everyday Robots." Tracks from the album will be play in Poland on June 29th at the Malta Festival Poznań.
About the new album wrote:
Alexis Petridis, The Guardian
Beautiful, but subtle, cloudy and elusive, Everyday Robots certainly isn't the album it's purported to be. You come out of the other side not much the wiser about the man behind it. Never mind: the music is good enough that a lack of revelation doesn't really seem to matter while Everyday Robots is playing. Whoever Damon Albarn is, he's extremely good at what he does.
Helen Brown, The Telegraph
In a mood of nostalgia, Albarn is looking back at his life as it unspools over some of his most subtle, beautiful and melancholy melodies, rendered in a slightly hung-over, low-fi tone, occasionally pepped up by samples from producer Richard Russell.
Jon Dolan, Rolling Stones
All of Albarn's musical obsessions are present on his revealing solo debut: dubby textures á la Gorillaz, Caribbean and African notes, looming classical instrumentation and church choruses that evoke England's past (– all wrapped around a singing voice that's become deep and searching where it was once sharp and snarky.)