Gorillaz continue their collaborations with other artists on their 'Song Machine' project.
It looks like their new collaboration will be with Tame Impala's Kevin Parker.
The online virtual project 'Song Machine' includes a new release every week. Every song will include different collaborators working with Damon Albarn in his Konk Studio, writes NME. The first track titled 'Momentary Bliss' was released last week, it featured slowthai and punk duo Slaves.
Based on Noodle's post on Instagram, which pictures Gorillaz driving their famous jeep on top of Tame Impala's Currents album cover, it is safe to conclude that the next track will include Kevin Parker.
Speaking about the 'Song Machine' project, Gorillaz drummer Russel said: “Song Machine is a whole new way of doing what we do. Gorillaz breaking the mould ‘cos the mould got old. World is moving faster than a supercharged particle, so we’ve gotta stay ready to drop. We don’t even know who’s stepping through the studio next."
“Song Machine feeds on the unknown, runs on pure chaos. So whatever the hell’s coming, we’re primed and ready to produce like there’s no tomorrow. Y’know, just in case…”
Before the 'Song Machine' series, the band has released The Now Now in 2019 and The Humanz in 2018. There is also a documentary on making of these two albums titled Gorillaz: Reject False Icons, which came out in December 2019.