Feast your eyes on a clip from the virtual band's fab new promo for '19-2000' - and then we'll let you know how you can see the whole thing...
This is an exclusive image from the new animated GORILLAZ video for the single ’19-2000′.
The video will have a virtual premiere on the Gorillaz website ([url=]www.gorillaz.com) and 50 lucky NME.COM readers will be given exclusive access to the first showing on June 8 with a secret password.
All you need to do is answer a simple question. If you’re a winner a special password and details of the virtual screening will wing its way to your inbox… so don’t forget to include you e-mail address.
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The single, the follow-up to the massive selling ‘Clint Eastwood’, is due for release on June 25 through Parlophone. A remixed version by Soulchild – aka producer Damien Mendes – which is on the CD single, is already being heavily played on radio stations, and the single is expected to be another Top Ten hit. Another remix by The Wiseguys has also been completed.
Gorillaz member Murdoc is seen here in the video, driving around in the virtual group’s buggy. The band are also seen being attacked by flying saucers, getting caught in a huge petrol station explosion and finally coming face to face with a 250ft moose.
The video’s creator Jamie Hewlett explained: “The idea for the video came to me when the head of the record company was kneeling on my windpipe.”
Meanwhile a 30-minute Gorillaz special is due to be screened on Channel 4 in the autumn.