Blur frontman Damon Albarn wore his fluorescent pink hat on a shopping trip in London with the American music producer.
The singer, 55, was spotted in Notting Hill, west of the capital, on Monday wearing a quirky hat, baggy jeans, a leather jacket and yellow leather boots.
She completed the stunning look with a black t-shirt, a gold necklace and lots of gold bangles.
Damon went on the date with American music and media executive Jon Cohen, who founded the NYC-based FADER Label.
Back in May, Blur announced the release of their first album in eight years, titled The Ballad Of Darren – and a reunion tour.
The 1990s band – made up of singer Damon, bassist Alex James, guitarist Graham Coxon and drummer Dave Rowntree – went on hiatus in 2015 before announcing plans to reunite in 2022.
The Ballad Of Darren was critically acclaimed and spawned ten new singles, of which one The Narcissist was released for the first time.
Speaking about the new material, Damon said at the time: ‘This is post-earthquake history, reflection and commentary on where we are now.’
Graham added: “As we get older and crazier, it’s more important that what we play is filled with the right ideas and goals.
‘Sometimes an eagle doesn’t work.’
Damon, who also founded the popular band Gorillaz, recently made headlines when he beat The The Rolling Stones for ‘objectifying’ Euphoria Ammayi Sydney Sweeney in the video for their song Angry.
He criticized the band’s Hackney Diamonds song – which was released in October – before realizing the actress featured in the video was ‘completely removed.’
Damon also criticized the Stones – made up of Sir Mick Jagger, 80, Keith Richards, 79, and Ronnie Wood, 76 – for naming their new release after London’s Hackney, saying they ‘didn’t contribute anything’ to the area. .
The singer told French publication Les Inrockuptibles that ‘his family lives in Hackey’.
He said he was not happy when the band promoted their new album at the Hackney Empire.
Damon said: “He’s never done anything in Hackney, he’s never played, he’s never been involved in anything.
‘He just showed up. It’s all nonsense.’
Damon also slammed the iconic rock band for featuring Anyone But You star Sydney, 26, in their Angry music video.
The actress poses on top of a vintage car in the video, with close-up shots of her wearing a shiny leather outfit.
Damon insisted: ‘I listened to their new single and watched this awful music video showing them at different stages of their lives on billboards.
And the girl objected. what the hell is this? Something is not right.’
Damon went on to talk about rockers and his music career, insisting that he’s ‘done all kinds of stuff’, but ‘never been anything other than the Rolling Stones’.
He also said that the band ‘got worse’ as they continued to play as they got older, adding that there ‘shouldn’t be any joy’ in what they do.
Damon commented on the Stones making ‘the same songs’ but said it was ‘not good’.