Monday, March 23, 2009

Gorillaz Documentary To Debut Online In April

Now that Gorillaz have all but disbanded and Damon Albarn is firmly back with Blur, it seems like an opportune time to reminisce about the days gone by for the cartoon faux-band. As such, the online TV site Babelgum will be hosting a documentary about the band, entitled Gorillaz Go Bananaz.

The film will track the creation and proliferation of the band over the course of their albums and tours. From the looks of things, it will focus on Damon Albarn and Jamie Hewlett in the studio, on the road, and mucking about in general. Given the band's continuous insistence at their cartoon "identities", we have to admit that we're quite interested to catch a behind the scenes look. You can check out the trailer at Babelgum right now, with the full film debuting on April 20th.

Yes, for those of you watching at home, that's 4/20.

UPDATE: Now with embedded video trailer!


Hanan said...


Kevin said...

thanks for the heads-up but I'm wondering why Del the Funky Homosapien nowhere to be found in the trailer.

hippiesaredead said...

Del was only a guest on the first record, wasn't he?

Kevin said...

I guess I didn't do my homework. I could have sworn Del was on "Demon Days," but you are correct, sir!