Gorillaz Reject False Icons movie is selling out fast

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Gorillaz Reject False Icons movie is selling out fast

Photo taken at a Gorillaz concert depicting both the comic and real people in the band.

Photo taken at a Gorillaz concert depicting both the comic and real people in the band.

Matija Puzar

Photo taken at a Gorillaz concert depicting both the comic and real people in the band.

Matija Puzar

Matija Puzar

Photo taken at a Gorillaz concert depicting both the comic and real people in the band.

Joe Brandon, Ranger Review Reporter

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The Gorillaz have recently announced a worldwide one night only screening of their documentary Reject False Icons. Only a handful of tickets remain and some theaters are sold out despite the tickets only being released a week ago. 


The documentary covers the making of the albums and tours for both the ‘Humanz’ and ‘The Now Now.’ The film length is one hour and 50 minutes long, and directed by Denholm Hewlett. 

It will be featured at  5 different locations in Colorado, however they are selling out fast. This film will be screened December 16th at 7:00 pm if you can still find tickets.

 

This film is “the first ever all-access immersive journey into the world of Gorillaz and its extended family,” the band said.

The Gorillaz are a virtual band that formed in 1998. The band consists of four members, bassist ‘Murdoc Niccals’, singer ‘2-D’, guitarist ‘Noodle’, and drummer ‘Russel Hobbs’. They have released 8 main albums with many other smaller ones. The albums are made up of influences from a little bit of every genre, primarily pop, rock, and reggae.

“Listening to the band’s albums taught me that there’s no need for all music to fit into predetermined categories,” ultra fan ‘Williams’ said on his video essay. “That’s a pretty impressive accomplishment, seeing as how Gorillaz never actually existed in the strictest sense of the word.”

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