The 42-year-old guitarist told Q magazine that his eighth studio LP, which he unveiled last month, will indulge in "the bleaker side of things".
Coxon said: "I suppose I've never gone so blatantly for a synthesizer and a drum machine before.
"This time I started to listen to the bleaker side of things more. There is a bit of a drought of romantic songs on this record, which is usually my default setting."
The 'What I'll Take' artist also insisted that he is happy with how the LP has turned out, adding: "There are no love songs on it and no moaning about relationships and girls.
"So I'm quite proud of that, because sometimes you think, 'Will I ever get away from singing about that crap?' Still there's plenty more where that all came from!"
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Watch the music video for Graham Coxon's hit 'Bittersweet Bundle of Misery' below: