Gorillaz promised over 40 new songs

Gorillaz promised over 40 new songs

The founder of the British group Gorillaz Damon Albarn said that the team has more than 40 unpublished songs, which the band plans to release. On Thursday, April 6, according to Fact.

According to him, the recordings were made during work on the upcoming, fifth Studio album which is scheduled for April 28, but for some reason the plate does not hit.

“I’m slowly looking at all those songs that were rejected, and modify it,” said Albarn. He added that the stock is 40-45 songs will allow him “to stay in the game for at least another 18 months.”

It is noted that on 6 April the air show Beats 1 will present the song Let Me Out with a new album.

Don’t [email protected] drop “Let Me Out” ft. @mavisstaples & @PUSHA_T Thursday as @zanelowe’s #WorldRecord. https://t.co/Qxp6GTZZ8D #HUMANZ pic.twitter.com/hr4v2rX4KC

— Beats 1 (@Beats1) April 6, 2017

Upcoming CD called Humanz will include 19 tracks. Previously, Gorillaz have released four video for the song from the new album: Saturnz Barz, Andromeda, We’ve Got The Power and Ascension.

Gorillaz — a virtual rock band, the members of which are fictional animated characters: 2D, Nickels Murdoch, Noodle and Russel Hobbs. The team was founded in 1998 by Blur frontman Damon Albarna and artist Jamie Hewlett.