After thrilling thousands of delighted Hongkongers with their first gig in Hong Kong in their 25-year history, you might have expected the boys from rock band Blur to be chauffeured around the city in luxury.
But Damon Albarn, Graham Coxon and drummer Dave Rowntree went largely unnoticed when they took a trip on the MTR on Tuesday.
At least one passenger recognised the scruffy trio as the Britpop pioneers and promptly snapped a couple of pictures which have been circulating on Twitter and Facebook today.
The boys from Colchester, Essex, - famous for hits including There's No Other Way, Tender and Parklife - are in Hong Kong for a week. During Monday night's gig Albarn announced to the audience that, due to the cancellation of a gig in Japan, they would remain in Hong Kong and make a new record.
Albarn told the audience: "So we have a week in Hong Kong, and we thought it would be a good time to try to record another record, so we're going to make one here in Hong Kong."
It was unclear whether he meant the band would record a new album or just a single. If they were to record an album, it would be the first since Think Tank in 2003. The band reunited in 2009 for a sell-out Hyde Park gig in London and have since released two singles. Last year they went into the studio to record an album with producer William Orbit, but according to NME, Albarn halted recording.
There are several recording studios in Hong Kong. When SCMP.com contacted Craig Lomas at Beating Heart Studios in Shek Tong Tsui, he denied they were recording at his studio.
David Sum at Zeal Studio in Wong Chuk Hang Road, Hong Kong, also said the band were not recording at Zeal. Red Room, also in Wong Chuk Hang Road, Hong Kong, had not returned SCMP.com's email.
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