In this episode we take a look back at making some of Blur's best-known videos from 'Parklife' to 'Country House.' Featuring archive interviews with front man Damon Albarn, directors Damien Hirst and Pedro Romhanyi, we look back to a time when Brit Pop was its zenith. Formed in London in 1988, alternative rock band Blur were one of the most successful bands of the 1990s. Along with rock band Oasis; Blur played a significant role in popularizing the Britpop genre. Their 1993 album 'Parklife' is considered a landmark in British music and today remains one of the most acclaimed album of the 1990s. Since its release it has gone on to be certified platinum 4 times in the UK. The band went their separate ways in 2003 but reunited in 2008. In 2012 the band received a Brit Award for their outstanding contribution to music. Songs include: There's No Other Way; Parklife; Country House; The Universal; Song 2; Coffee and TV; Tender (Live in Hyde Park).