Hold the presses because one of the greatest experimental projects could be back by 2016. In an interview with The Sydney Morning Herald, lead frontman Damon Albarn of the popular band Gorillaz confirmed that his next record could be from one of his most famous projects. During the interview Albarn stated that the project is currently preparing for a 2016 release date.
This would be the bands fifth full length album since 2011’s The Fall. The news will come as a relief to fans of the band as there were considerable rumors that the project had been scrapped and it was not clear if there would be any new material in the future. Regardless if the album comes out in 2016, this news confirms that the band still has life. The other co-founder of the band Jamie Hewlett has also expressed a desire to continue the project however he was also unclear on when they would begin recording. Damon Albarn is currently touring in support of his recently released solo album Everyday Robots. Stay tuned for more details on the upcoming album and possible tour dates!