I can’t for the life of me figure out why he would have his laptop on him under these circumstances but, if The Mirror is to be believed, Blur frontman and the musical half of Gorillaz Damon Albarn managed to leave a computer with master copies of the new Gorillaz album in the back of a cab after a big night at London‘s Groucho Club.

The Mirror quotes an anonymous source saying that the singer managed to cause a bit of an upset:

It was a disaster. Damon oversees everything and, with Gorillaz, it’s not just audio – it’s the expensive visuals as well. The laptop’s contents are priceless.

But after a night at Groucho, Damon accidentally left it in a cab and caused a huge panic.

Sure, it’s a bit of a kerfuffle, but who among us hasn’t left copies of a highly anticipated album in an inconvenient place after a few drinks?

According to The Mirror, the laptop was returned by the cab driver with no fuss. Lucky man.

Semi-related, the source also dropped that the album is pretty politically charged, saying that it channels a lot of Albarn’s feelings about Brexit.

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