Gorillaz Announce Their Own Festival "Demon Dayz"

Mar 07, 2017, 00:28
Gorillaz Announce Their Own Festival

It's been over seven years since alt-rock group Gorillaz released their widely-popular LP, Plastic Beach, and the "Dirty Harry" innovators have finally announced their fifth studio album. They'll headline a festival of their own making in the United Kingdom this summer.

When Damon Albarn dropped that the Gorillaz would be back in 2017 we assumed a new album was coming.

Gorillaz have announced plans for their own festival, set to take place this summer.

British band Gorillaz have announced their first United Kingdom live performance since 2010 - and it will be at their very own festival.

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The biggest selling Gorillaz album to date is 2005's Demon Days, which has sold 1,809,215 copies, according to the Official Charts Company.

The festival will make its debut at an amusement park in Margate, England this June, and will be Gorillaz's first live appearance since 2010.

The band released a politically charged song called "Hallelujah Money" in January, featuring Benjamin Clementine.

Tickets to the event start at £60, which includes free use of Dreamland's amusement park.