Jamie Hewlett has promised ''2016 is going to be Gorillaz all year,'' teasing fans can expect lots of new music following a five year break.
The comic creator has revealed he's once again teamed up with his collaborator Damon Albarn to revive the virtual band with the intention of releasing new music next year.
He confirmed: ''We're doing Gorillaz next year.
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The animated group are coming back, with 2016 set to be ‘Gorillaz all year,’ according to Hewlett.
JAMIE HEWLETT has confirmed that Gorillaz will soon be returning with a new album. The artist who is preparing to host an exhibition at London's Saatchi Gallery, titled The Suggetionists, said the band are planning to release their new album next year and make 2016 all about Gorillaz.
Damon Albarn’s Gorillaz are set for a return in 2016.
When asked about a new Gorillaz album, Hewlett told DIY magazine, "That's next year. I'm working on it at the moment, and it's going very well. I'm very excited. I don't want to say too much about it, but I'm at that phase of experimentation.”
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Gorillaz Co-founder Jamie Hewlett Is Set To Stage His First Fine Art Exhibition In London In November (15).
The artist is preparing to debut a show titled The Suggestionists, which will comprise of three bodies of work called Tarot, which will feature the art of tarotica, Honey will be an homage to 1960s and '70s exploitation movies, and Pines will show large-scale illustration of trees.
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Damon Albarn is planning a new Gorillaz album which he will record in September with the aim of releasing it in 2016.
Damon Albarn is planning a new Gorillaz album.
The 47-year-old star has revealed he is set to start recording the group's new record in September as a follow-up to 2011's 'The Fall', scheduled for a 2016 release.
He told Australian television programme, ABC's '7.30': ''I'm starting recording in September for a new Gorillaz record.
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Damon Albarn insists his band Blur will play live again and has rubbished claims their Big Day Out appearance would be their last gig.
Damon Albarn is ''sure'' Blur will play live again.
The frontman releases his debut solo album 'Everyday Robots' this month but is still close to his band mates Graham Coxon, Alex James and Dave Rowntree, who helped him celebrate his 46th birthday on March 23, and he claims they will take to the stage again.
He said: ''Graham was at my surprise party on Friday, along with Dave and Alex.
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The White Guitar Collection will feature three limited edition designs, created by artist Hewlett, depicting guitar poses inspired by rock idols Phil Lynott, Pete Townshend and Paul Weller.
Proceeds from sales will benefit the Teenage Cancer Trust.
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Blur guitarist Graham Coxon is writing songs for a fictional Britpop band in a new film called 'The Wanderers'.
The musician is teaming up with Ash frontman Tim Wheeler to pen tracks for a fictional Britpop band in a movie called 'The Wanderers'.
The film is set in 1996 - the heyday of both Blur and Ash - and will feature the exploits of a group on The Rise in the British music scene. The story bears resemblance to that of Graham's band, as in the movie, the group come from Colchester, Essex, Southern England - where Graham and Blur singer Damon Albarn first met as children.
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Damon Albarn says he and Jamie Hewlett will record as Gorillaz again once they put their spat behind them.
The cartoon collective has been on hiatus ever since the collaborators had a huge row last year but Damon insists it is not the end for Gorillaz and he and Jamie will eventually put the spat behind them.
He told Metro newspaper: ''When Jamie and I have worked out our differences, I'm sure we'll make another record. We're been through too much for it to be that big of a mountain to climb.
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Just days after announcing his Britpop band Blur's summer (12) Olympics gig will be their last ever, Albarn reveals his other chart-topping act is also on an indefinite hiatus.
He says, "I think we (Albarn and Hewlett) were at cross purposes somewhat on that last record, which is a shame. So until a time comes when that knot has been untied...
"The music and the videos weren't working as well together, but I felt we'd made a really good record, and I was into it. So we went and played it."
Continue reading: Albarn: 'No Solid Future For Gorillaz'
Gorillaz future is in question, after the two people behind the project, Damon Albarn and Jamie Hewlett sais they don't think they can continue the project at its present scale.
Gorillaz may come to an end after their present tour.
The cartoon band - which is masterminded by singer and musician Damon Albarn and artist JAMIE HEWLETT - are presently completing their largest and most adventurous world tour to date, but Damon said he's thought about bringing the project the a close.
He said: ''It's been an unqualified success - bizarrely. But we always think that when we get to a point where we've achieved something that it's time to stop, don't we?"
Continue reading: Gorillaz Future In Question
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