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The music video revolves around some boys living under one roof as they begin their morning and do bizarrely creepy things.
The animated band collaborate with the OutKast member and the former LCD Soundsystem frontman for 'Three Artists. One Song' campaign.
The new addition to the Gorillaz crew is revealed to be a creature with water element, which wears so-called rain boots and has a fishbowl head.
Wrapping up Gorillaz's Escape to Plastic Beach tour in Auckland, New Zealand, Damon Albarn said, 'This is the last time .. we may never do that again.'
'On Christmas Eve a video for one of the new songs from the iPad album will be released,' the animated band's collaborator Jamie Hewlett said.
Snoop Dogg welcomes Gorillaz's fans to the Plastic Beach while he is checking out his surroundings using his telescope.
Daley is zipping through the ocean to join Gorillaz and the rest of the 'Plastic Beach' collaborators.
Camilla Belle was supposed to be a bridesmaid but she fell sick at the last minute and wasn't able to make it.
The rock veteran has thrilled fans at Gorillaz's concert by taking the stage with the band for a rare live collaboration, performing 'Some Kind of Nature'.
GaGa is excited that she has 'more VMA nominations in a single year than any artist in MTV history,' while Eminem who follows her with 8 nods says he won't be 'nice' when attending the awards show.
Although saying that performing at Britain's Glastonbury music festival has been among the highlights of his career so far, Mason was bothered about Albarn dominating the main stage.
Damon Albarn and friends will be projecting images from 'Easy Rider' movie on to the stage to remember Dennis Hopper.
The musician which had experienced success in headlining Glastonbury with Blur is having dreams about no one showing up.
Along with their featured guests, Murdoc Niccals and his bandmates go on a sea adventure in order to find the 'Plastic Beach'.
Albarn is hopeful the Velvet Underground rocker would want to join his virtual band at the upcoming Glastonbury because it 'really would be amazing'.