Gorillaz released a new music video ahead of the Sydney pop-up store
To celebrate the long-awaited return to Australia, Gorillaz have released a new single and will be opening a pop-up store in Sydney this weekend.
While wowing crowds across the country with their first shows in Australia in 12 years, Gorillaz have released a new single cracker island and fans will have the chance to visit a pop-up store in Sydney this Saturday, featuring never-before-seen merchandise.
The iconic animation group have played their sold-out arena tour across Australia and just when we thought it couldn’t get any better than this, they’re releasing an unreal music video (because it’s animated haha) for their new single Cracker Island with Thundercat.
The film’s clip is an eerie culmination of police lights and hallucinations and takes viewers on a nocturnal journey through Los Angeles.
After partnering with Nexus Studios to create this psychedelic experience, Murdoc said: “Think of it like the final scene of the movie, the shortly after the grand finale when the hero (me) is about to walk into the sunset, the credits rolling. That’s right, we’re starting at the end Why? BECAUSE I WORK IN A MYSTERIOUS WAY.
Cracker Island also features two-time Grammy-winning Thundercat, with production by incredible eight-time Grammy-winning multi-instrumentalist Greg Kurstin, alongside Gorillaz and Remi Kabaka Jr.
As this is the first time Gorillaz has been in the country since 2010, they have held an amazing pop-up store which will see Murdoc, Noodle, 2D and Russel take over 29 Australia Street in Camperdown this Saturday July 30 from 9am to 5 p.m.
Also be sure to arrive early and well as the first 100 attendees will receive a free Gorillaz face mask.
It’s safe to say that this Saturday will be one of those demon days.