Directed by Denholm Hewlett, the son of Gorillaz co-founder Jamie Hewlett, the documentary chronicles the band’s last three years of activity.
The songs we leaned on during the heartbreak, political turmoil, celebration, and devastation that was the 2010s.
These are the jaunts and performances that we’ll be remembering for decades to come.
A decade passes in an instant.
Stranger Things star also discusses his forthcoming debut, Twenty Twenty.
Plus: George Benson shared the stage with Gorillaz for the first time to perform “Humility”, their collaboration off The Now Now
Damon Albarn’s bratty animated trip-hop troupe delivers hits, deep cuts, and surprises.
The animated group returns to the stage for the first time since 2010’s MTV EMAs.
He also updates us on the status of The Good The Bad & The Queen’s long-awaited sophomore album and whether he envisions another Blur Record.
The rapper remains hospitalized in Denmark.
A bummer of an album that grows tedious despite some welcome surprises.
The digital band’s sixth studio album has arrived.