Gorillaz team up with ScHoolboy Q to release new song ‘PAC-MAN’
Gorillaz have collaborated with ScHoolboy Q for the release their latest single ‘PAC-MAN’.
The track, which marks the sixth release of the band’s Song Machine project, was recorded in London prior to the COVID-19 pandemic and sees Gorillaz team up with producers Prince Paul and Remi Kabaka Jr.
Season 1 of Song Machine will see Gorillaz joined by an exciting and ever-evolving roster of collaborators captured live in Kong Studios alongside the world’s most successful virtual band. “The cameras are rolling 24/7, the fourth wall is broken, the kettle is on, the chaos is real, the door is open… What’s coming next? Stay tuned,” the band said in a statement.
The band’s frontman 2D said: “Hello everyone who is reading these words. I’ll keep this short because once you say things you can’t unsay them and they exist in the universe forever, like Tupperware.”
Gorillaz drummer Russel added: “Song Machine is a whole new way of doing what we do. Gorillaz breaking the mould ‘cos the mould got old. World is moving faster than a supercharged particle, so we’ve gotta stay ready to drop.
“We don’t even know who’s stepping through the studio next. Song Machine feeds on the unknown, runs on pure chaos. So whatever the hell’s coming, we’re primed and ready to produce like there’s no tomorrow. Y’know, just in case…”