February 29, 2012 11:42
Gorillaz unveil video for new track 'DoYaThing' - watch
Jamie Hewlett directed promo for Converse collaboration
You can watch the video for Gorillaz's 'DoYaThing' now by scrolling up to the top of the page and clicking.
The track, which is a collaboration with Outkast's Andre 3000 and former LCD Soundsystem frontman James Murphy, is part of a number of recordings for Converse's 'Three Artists. One Song' campaign.
Previous collaborations in the series have seen rapper Soulja Boy, Andrew WK and Matt And Kim record together, while Graham Coxon, Paloma Faith and ex-Coral guitarist Bill Ryder-Jones came together to record a track in 2010.
Last week a 13 minute version of the new Gorillaz track appeared online. The cartoon band's Jamie Hewlett has also designed a new shoe range for Converse to go with the track as well as the accompanying video.
Earlier this month, Murphy gave NME the inside word on the recording sessions for the track, commenting: "Everybody was really respectful of each other. We just tried to get out of each other's way."
He added: "I've never done this before 'cos I felt it pulled energy from (LCD Soundsystem). But I'm not cheating on them. It's not musical monogamy anymore."
Gorrilaz, James Murphy and Andre 3000 - 'DoYaThing' review
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