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Gorillaz to air new album demos
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Gorillaz will premier new demos on Radio tomorrow evening

Gorillaz will debut a number of new demos on Radio 1 on Wednesday night [13 January].

Damon Albarn, deputising for Radio 1's Zane Lowe as part of the Takeover series, will play a number of works-in-progress from the group's forthcoming third album from 7pm onwards.

The band's as yet untitled album has yet to have a have a confirmed release date.

Members of the band including Murdoch Niccals will also reportedly appear.

A statement on the band's website reads: "The band has graciously given Damon the go-ahead to premiere some demos from the new record on air.

The band also added: "The evening will also feature a replay of highlights from Blur and John Peels `Peelacres' show."

The Takeover series began last night [11 January] with The Prodigy playing a number of their new tracks including new single The Omen.

Tonight, St Albans' Friendly Fires will present the show.



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