We are drawing ever closer to the release of Humanz, the new album from Gorillaz that is among the most highly-anticipated releases of the year. Aside from a slew of continually excellent tracks that have come our way, co-creator Damon Albarn recently revealed that he is sitting on at least 40 tracks that were created for the record. Now comes a bit of news that is the most insane yet: a Gorillaz TV show is currently in the works.

Creator and lead artist Jamie Hewlett let this information slip in a new interview with Q Magazine, where he went into detail on a huge number of upcoming Gorillaz projects. The show is being envisioned as a ten episode series, and Hewlett is also planning a clothing line and new merchandise. Speaking on this multitude of plans, Hewlett said he is in a place of working on "other things he never imagined when Gorillaz was born."

Humanz is out on April 28. Watch the video for their new track "Saturnz Barz" below.

Check out our exclusive interview with 2D right here.

In other music news, Frank Ocean has dropped a new song titled "Biking" featuring Jay Z and Tyler, the Creator. Listen to it right here.

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