As promised, after just earlier announcing their new album Humanz, which is due out next month, Gorillaz are back with more treats for today, delivering fresh material from the project.

First up is a short film coinciding with Humanz track "Saturnz Barz" featuring Popcaan. Directed by Jamie Hewlett, we find the band entering a haunted house, as Russel ventures upstairs to explore, and Murdoc strips down to take a bath. Then, as could be expected, things get a little weird, with Murdoc floating around the galaxy, 2D playing golf on the moon, and Noodle coming in contact with a monster from space.

The intriguing aesthetic, which has both an original version (above) and 360 edition (below), also teases Humanz songs with Vince Staples, Jehnny Beth and D.R.A.M.

In addition, follow further down below for three other excerpts from the much-anticipated album, arriving on April 28.

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