By Matthew Strauss.
Gorillaz have announced a new vinyl reissue of their 2005 sophomore album Demon Days, as Fact points out. The new edition is out via Vinyl Me, Please’s subscription package as their April Record of the Month. The remastered record is available as a 2xLP pressed on “translucent red vinyl,” and comes with a Gorillaz sticker pack, as well as a 12x12 art print by Ariel Roman. See some images of the Demon Days reissue, as well as an unboxing video, below. Check out Vinyl Me, Please’s liner notes here. Sign up here by April 15 to qualify for the Demon Days reissue.
In January, Gorillaz returned with a new song, “Hallelujah Money.” The Benjamin Clementine-featuring track is the first offering from the group’s next album, which is scheduled for a 2017 release. This July, the first Gorillaz show since 2010 will take place at their new festival, Demon Dayz.
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Watch the music video for Demon Days’ “Feel Good Inc.”:
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