Reunited Britpop band Blur have written two new songs which they will debut live on Twitter.
The new material, entitled Under The Westway and The Puritan, has been penned for their sold-out Olympics closing concert in Hyde Park next month.
Never performed in public before, the quartet will play the songs from a secret UK location which will be streamed live on Twitter on July 2 at 6.15pm.
An interview with the band will follow the performance.
Lead singer Damon Albarn said: "I wrote these songs for Hyde Park and I'm really excited about getting out there and playing them for people."
The band last produced a substantial body of work in 2003 with their album Think Tank.
In April 2010, there was a limited release of a new track Fools Day which Blur wrote for Record Store Day.
The group first reformed in 2009, after an absence of six years, for a series of gigs including a performance at Glastonbury festival.
Earlier this year, they announced they would reunite once more for the Olympics closing concert on August 12.
Prior to the Hyde Park celebration, Blur will play warm-up dates at Margate Winter Gardens, Wolverhampton Civic Hall and Plymouth Pavilions.
The band, which found international fame in the mid-1990s, also performed at this year's Brit Awards after receiving the outstanding contribution prize.