The second single from the Blur guitarist’s fifth and most successful solo album, “Bittersweet Bundle of Misery” is a treasure chest of riffs and pieces that remind you of various Blur moments. The first and most obvious comparison is with “Coffee & TV”, from Blur’s album 13, and for which Coxon wrote the lyrics and sang the verse. You can’t accuse him of ripping himself off here, though, because songwriting credit for “Coffee & TV” is given to Damon Albarn. To these ears there’s more than a hint of earlier Blur as well, particularly “Colin Zeal” and “Coping”, both from Modern Life is Rubbish (1993). It probably also sounds like Blur songs that don’t begin with the letter C as well, but that’s enough to be going on with.