Gorillaz Release New Album 'Humanz,' Virtual Band Brings Out 14 Tracks
Gorillaz recently announced that they will be releasing a new album. This latest album of the band is titled "Humanz."
According to a report, "Humanz" is the first released album of Gorillaz since 2010. This album is the fourth full-length LP. It is indicated that the album includes four new tracks. These tracks are titled "Saturn Barz," "Andromeda," "We Got the Power" and "Ascension."
The latest album of Gorillaz will include featured artists. These artists include Grace Jones, De La Soul, Vince Staples, Pusha T, Mavis Staples and Anthony Hamilton. This new album titled "Humanz" will be one that fans of the virtual band can expect soon.
It can be recalled that Gorillaz started in 1998. It has been created by Damon Albarn who was previously the Blur's frontman. Together with Albarn is comic book artist Jaime Hewlett. The band is a composition of four fictional animated members.
These characters have been created by Albarn and Hewlett. The only contributor to music for Gorillaz is Albarn himself. There are always featured artists in all of the virtual band's music. The new album "Humanz is reported to be a "party record."
In the meantime, the four fictional characters for Gorillaz are 2D, Murdoc Niccals, Noodle, and Russel Hobbs. There will be more videos coming out for the new album of the band in the coming weeks. This latest album has also been improved for today's technology.
Meanwhile, the latest album of Gorillaz will feature 14 tracks that will still bring out the virtual band's trademark songs. The latest release for the band was "Hallelujah Money" that came out before President Donald Trump's inauguration.
In 2001, Gorillaz released their self-titled album. The album then sold up to more than seven million copies worldwide. The virtual band then went platinum then double-platinum as they moved on with their music. "Humanz" will be released on April 28.