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Gorillaz share Grand Theft Auto inspired visuals for ‘The Valley of the Pagans’: Watch

The track and video both feature American singer Beck

Gorillaz share Grand Theft Auto-inspired visuals for their album track, ‘The Valley of the Pagans’.

Following the release of the Damon Albarn-fronted digital band's new album, 'Song Machine', which they first revealed earlier this year with the unveiling of the slowthai and Slaves-featuring 'Momentary Bliss', Gorillaz have released a new music video.

Sharing the visuals via Instagram, the video features the group — comprised of 2-D, Russel, Murdoc Niccals, and Noodle — driving around the streets of Los Angeles, in a fictional town named Vinewood, similiar to GTA's Los Santos. Track collaborator Beck also stars in the video, dialing into Noodle's phone via a video call.

Gorillaz' album, 'Song Machine: Season One - Strange Timez' encompasses 17 tracks in all, featuring Beck alongside the likes of Elton John, Kano, slowthai and St Vincent. The band also recently launched Gorillaz' Song Machine Radio on Apple Music, which is available to listen back here.

You can check out the new video below.