The animated band Gorillaz are offering fans an all-access pass to the band the likes of which they have never done before, in a brand new documentary titled; Reject False Icons.
The new film, which will be showing in cinemas for one night only on December 16th, will take a look at the band in their studio, working with collaborators, and otherwise being Gorillaz.
The new film is directed by Denholm Hewlett, the son of Gorillaz’s own Jamie, and will focus on the band’s life in the studio. It sees Denholm follow the band around for three years.
The time span includes the band creating two of their massive albums Humanz and The Now Now as well as the band’s gigantic world tour, taking up huge concerts across Europe, North and South America, Mexico and beyond. It even finds enough tape to squeeze in the band’s own Demon Day Festivals in the UK and US.
In short, the film will be “the first ever all-access immersive journey into the world of Gorillaz and its extended family.”
Tickets for the one night only screening go on sale on November 27th and you can keep up to date on where it is be showing via the film’s website here.