In the last *Blur*'s album *The Magic Whip* there's a song called *My Terracotta Heart*, that makes me wonder something about the future of the band. *The Magic Whip* is the new album recorded by *Blur* after 12 years of silence. The last album before The Magic Whip is *Think Tank*, the only album recorded without the guitarist and co-founder Graham Coxon. Coxon was "fired" from the band because of his problems with alcohol. Coxon's alcohol addiction casued lots of frictions between him and the band, specially with Damon Albarn (they were friends also before the raise of the band, almost best friends). After his departure from Blur, Coxon and the band enterd in a "cold period" during they didn't talk each other for many years. In the 2012, Albarn and Coxon made peace, making the Blur reunion with two gigs at Hyde Park. Then, they came back to work in studio and The Magic Whip was the result. Now, it seems that everything is fine, but listening the lyrics of the mentioned song (My Terracotta Heart), i think that the relationship between Coxon and Albarn is ruining again. Here's the word that make me think that: > Is my terracotta heart breaking? > > I don't know If I'm losing you > > If I'm losing you again I think that Albarn uses a terracotta heart as analogy, a metaphor that represent their (delicate, fragile) friendship. Does My Terracotta Heart lyrics talk about that? Did Damon Albarn write this song to say that their delicate friendship is wasting again?