03 August 2005
Gorillaz are promising a week-long live extravaganza later this year to promote their latest album.
The animated group haven't played any live shows since releasing "Demon Days" in May, but are planning an ambitious, one-week run of concerts featuring everyone who performed on the record, including De La Soul and actor Dennis Hopper.
The band haven't announced where the shows will take place, but singer Damon Albarn has ruled out London.
"I'm not going to say where, or when, but definitely later this year," he said. "Only one town, but not London, and that's the time we're gonna have everyone together on the one stage, for a week."
Gorillaz artist Jamie Hewlett said the concerts were proving difficult to pull together.
"Logistically, it's quite a big one to arrange. But it's happening, it's definitely happening. Like a monster truck show, but with people."