Abiding by the original nature of their band, the phenomenal virtual band originating from the UK, Gorillaz, are celebrating their long-awaited album release by bringing an animated real-life spirit house experience to the fans. The band has teamed up with Sonos, the distributor, and manufacturer of wireless home sound systems, to produce the pop-up show. This is an opportunity that will allow the fans to experience a psychedelic set of visuals incorporating an innovative and state-of-the-art arrangement of art and sound installations. Furthermore, it will also integrate their exclusive music and custom artwork to the show, making it an extraordinary experience that their fans should not miss.
The four-piece band plans to take the fans to an otherworldly encounter with their dark world by providing a glimpse of their life at the lounge of their creepy, eerie home. The band promises that the fans will come into contact with an “immersive, high fidelity experience” as one of the four members, Murdoc, delivers a teaser to the fans who are interested “come and bathe in high-tech sound, feast on unearthly visuals, and let the experience take you on the ultimate trip.” This one-of-a-kind exhibition will take place in three big cities across America and Europe, including Brooklyn from April 21 to April 23, Berlin from April 28 to April 30, and Amsterdam on May 6. The entry is free of charge. However, you will need to make a reservation here.
The long-expected album by Gorillaz called Humanz will be released on April 28, which is their first album since 2010. The album features fourteen tracks, and includes a set of collaborations with Vince Staples, Danny Brown, De La Soul, and Zebra Katz. The music video for one of their singles, Saturn Barz, has broke a record in YouTube for the biggest Virtual Reality-based video.
Watch the teaser here: