New Gorillaz video

The first video from the new Gorillaz album, Plastic Beach, has been released online, and stars Noodle, 2-D and Murdoc in a car chase with the cops and, um, Bruce Willis…

The first video from the new Gorillaz album, Plastic Beach, has been released online, and stars Noodle, 2-D and Murdoc in a car chase with the cops and, um, Bruce Willis…

 

The video, for single Stylo, is directed by Jamie Hewlett (natch) in collaboration with Passion Pictures’ Pete Candeland. It combines live action and animation, and sees the Gorillaz animated characters appear in CG for the first time.

 

It’s always exciting to see a new Gorillaz video, and getting Willis involved was unlikely to have been cheap, but despite this, we at CR are actually a touch underwhelmed by both promo and song… What do you think?

 

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