How do you feel about the color magenta? If you’re a fan of Gorillaz, it might just be your new favorite. The band’s latest augmented reality app transforms any magenta surface into a visual portal into the world of Gorillaz.

The free app is called Lenz, and it is available on iOS and Android, and allows you to view exclusive Gorillaz content, with new videos and graphics being added over the next few weeks. Band members 2D and Murdoc will also be participating in a live video press conference this afternoon, which you can view right here at 4:00pm Central European Time. Get a sneak peak into Lenz below.

This is Gorillaz’s second augmented reality app, after launching another one last week which allows fans to explore the house featured in the music video for “Saturnz Bars (Spirit House),” one of the first singles from their highly anticipated album Humanz which will be released April 28th. Revisit the video below.

In other music news, Big Boi just announced his third album 'Boomiverse.' Get all the details right here.

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