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Gorillaz Enter a New Dimension with “Cracker Island ft. Thundercat” Music Video

Formed in 1998, Gorillaz were not the first virtual band (see Alvin and the Chipmunks, 1958) but certainly the coolest and now, almost 25 years later, the quartet moves into a new phase with this mix of 3D and live-action directed by co-founder Jamie Hewlett and Nexus Studios’ Fx Goby. [Watch]

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Gorillaz “Humility” Music Video

The first video for the Gorillaz’ new album The Now Now positions the band’s lead singer 2-D as the least strange character on Venice Beach in a kinetic and campy mix of cel animation and live action. [Watch]

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E.ON vs Gorillaz “Tomorrow is .ON”

UK VFX shop nineteentwenty bring their 3D and Nuke skills to this desert music fest featuring Gorillaz and a massive cast of solar powered toys – all directed by Noah Harris at Blinkink. [Watch]

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Gorillaz Return in “Saturnz Barz (Spirit House)”

They weren’t the first virtual animated band but they were the coolest. Sorry, ARE the coolest. After seven years, 2D, Murdoc Niccals, Noodle and Russel Hobbs (aka Gorillaz) are back with a new album and most importantly a new video. [Watch]