Gorillaz announced their new album Humanz two weeks ago to great fanfare, no doubt aided by the release of a slew of new tracks and a music video. The video was a project titled "Spirit House," and it depicted the animated band roaming a spooky house to the sounds of a song titled "Saturnz Barz." Now, in the final weeks before the new album drops, they are taking a real-life version of this "Spirit House" on a multi-city tour.

Collaborating with Sonos, Gorillaz are launching a assisted "Spirit House" gallery space which will allow fans "the opportunity to dive deeper into their world through exclusive music and visuals through physical installations and projection mapping technology." Admission will be free, but it requires an RSVP which you can do right here. See below for the cities and dates where "Spirit House" will appear.

Brooklyn: April 21-23 Berlin: April 28-30 Amsterdam: May 6

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

Read our interview with Gorillaz' 2D right here.

In other music news, Fleet Foxes have announced a massive tour and have shared a new teaser for their highly-anticipated album 'Crack-Up.' Watch it right here.

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