The band's frontman explained that their most recent comeback has so far worked because of their "independent" lives.
Of the group's current status, he told NME: "It doesn't feel very different, really. We have the same issues that we've had for 20 years. No-one's really changed that much.
"But me and Graham have less [issues] than we've ever had. We live very independent lives right now, so we're not on top of each other.
"It wouldn't be working otherwise, and I don't think that either of us could be bothered with that."
Blur reunited for a performance at last week's Brit Awards, and are set to headline a special one-off show in Hyde Park to mark the end of the Olympic Games in August.
The band's Brit Awards performance has sparked a sales surge of their back catalogue in the past week, with their popularity on Spotify jumping 300%.
> Blur debut new track 'Under The Westway': Video
Watch Blur perform 'Tender' at last week's Brit Awards below: