February 25, 2012 15:34
Extended version of Gorillaz's new single 'DoYaThing' appears online - audio
Head to NME.COM now to hear the new cut
An extended version of Gorillaz's new single 'DoYaThing' has surfaced online.
The 13 minute version of the track, which also features Outkast's Andre 3000 and former LCD Soundsystem frontman James Murphy, can be heard by scrolling down and clicking below.
The collaborative song is part of a number of recordings for Converse's 'Three Artists. One Song' campaign. which has previously brought together rapper Soulja Boy, Andrew WK and Matt And Kim to record a collaboration, and also saw Graham Coxon, Paloma Faith and ex-Coral guitarist Bill Ryder-Jones collaborate to record a track together in 2010.
Singer Damon Albarn, recently commented that a 13-minute unedited version of the track would also be released in the future.
Meanwhile, Blur performed together at the Brit Awards earlier this week (February 21), where they were honoured with the Outstanding Contribution To Music Award.
To read an exclusive interview with Blur, where they discuss the possibility of recording a new album and their plans beyond this summer, pick up the new issue of NME, which is on UK newsstands and available digitally now.
Gorrilaz, James Murphy and Andre 3000 - 'DoYaThing' review
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