Gorillaz have come to life in the real world thanks to their new music video for 'DoYaThing.' The song, which  is a collaboration between the virtual band, LCD Soundsystem mastermind James Murphy and Outkast's Andre 3000. The clip gives viewers a glimpse of the Gorillaz's not-so-glamorous everyday lives.

Animated by Jamie Hewlett, the video starts off with lead vocalist 2D waking up from a dream and follows him as he makes his way through the band's home. What is really cool about "DoYaThing" is that the usually animated characters are depicted in a real life setting. There's something creepy about a reality-based 2D and his completely black eyes. The real treat is watching a cranky bassist Murdoc make his way through the house.

'DoYaThing' is the latest song in Converse's “Three Artists, One Song” series. Watch the full video below and check out a behind-the-scenes look of how the clip was made under that.

Watch the Gorillaz 'DoYaThing' Video

Check Out the 'DoYaThing' Making-Of Clip