Blur will debut two new tracks over twitter.
The Parklife hitmakers — who will perform at an Olympic Games closing show in London's Hyde Park on 12 August — will premiere two new songs, Under The Westway and The Puritan, next Monday (2 July) via a live video stream on the social media platform.
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 — which includes Graham Coxon, Alex James and Dave Rowntree — will be filmed live from a secret UK location. The first song will be broadcast globally on @blurofficial at 6.15pm with an exclusive band interview, followed by the second track at 7:15pm.
Tony Wang, Twitter's UK General Manager explained: "People all over the world are connecting with the musicians they love on Twitter.
"Blur are taking this idea even further by debuting two new songs through a live stream and having a direct conversation with their fans on the platform."
Both songs will be available to download after the live stream and a limited edition double-A side seven-inch single will be released on August 6.
It has been speculated the Girls and Boys hitmakers are to record a new album, their first since 2003's Think Tank. Damon has recently said the group's sound would be "very different" to their 90s Britpop heyday.
He said:"There's been, for everybody, an awful lot of water under the bridge, so if we were to do anything — although there are no plans — it would be interesting to see where it would arrive at, because it would be very different, I imagine."