Gorillaz Reveal ‘DoYaThing’ Music Video Featuring James Murphy and Andre 3000
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