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Gorillaz - Feel Good Inc. (Official Video)

The official music video for the Gorillaz song Feel Good Inc, lead single of the band's 2nd album Demon Days. It was released on May 9,2005 along with the single itself and was produced and animated by film production company Passion Pictures.


It appears to be morning, after a night of riotous partying in the tower of 'Feel Good Inc.', an immense edifice, above a futuristic industrialized city. 2-D wakes up and starts singing the song through a megaphone, while Murdoc plays the bass guitar and Russel joins in on drums. De La Soul appears on television displays on the walls and do their rap. Outside, Noodle's floating windmill island floats past, with Noodle playing the acoustic guitar. 2D looks up longingly at it through the window of the tower. The floating windmill is chased by helicopters which later in the El Mañana (Video) is shot down supposedly killing Noodle.


The music video has been reuploaded in full resolution with clarity in audio on the band's official YouTube channel.

The original upload has since been privated.


Other than the unfinished drawings and animations from the animatic, it doesn't have many notable differences from the final version of the music video.

Band Commentary[]

Main Article: Feel Good Inc. (Band Commentary)

The original commentary version of the music video features spoken word by the four band members narrating the process of recording and producing the video as well as its many inspirations. It was featured on the bonus DVD from the Deluxe Version of Demon Days. It was also later uploaded to Gorillaz' official YouTube channel on the 16th of January 2010.

The Music Video filmed in February 2005.

Murdoc Commentary[]

On the 26th of April 2022, a commentary edition of the music video by band member Murdoc Niccals was posted to Gorillaz' official YouTube channel, as part of a series of commentaries on some of the band's music videos.


Music Video[]


  • Demon Days Deluxe Version bonus DVD;
  • Phase Two: Slowboat To Hades DVD;
  • Official Gorillaz YouTube channel.

Band Commentary[]

  • Demon Days Deluxe Version bonus DVD;
  • Official Gorillaz YouTube channel.

Murdoc Commentary[]

  • Official Gorillaz YouTube channel;


  • Record Company: Parlophone
  • Artist Management: CMO
  • Production Company: Passion Pictures
  • Directors: Jamie Hewlett & Pete Candeland
  • Executive Producer: Andrew Ruhemann
  • Producers: Emilie Walmsley & Cara Speller
  • 2D Animation: Robert Valley, Heath Kenny, Rikke Asbjorn
  • Key Assistant to Director: David Burns
  • Animation Assistants: Miles Peters, Brent Odell, Jonathan Wren, Gail Walton, Richard Wake, Gerry Gallego, Rachel Glodowski
  • FX Animators: Simon Swales, Barney Russell
  • FX Assistants: Mikolaj Watt, Sky Bone, Jane Wright, Katerina Kremasioti, Monica Brufton
  • Toonz: Phil Holder, Tim King, Megs White Dore
  • Art Direction: Daniel Cacouault
  • Matte Painter: Christobal de Oliveira
  • Creative Assistant: Paul Cheshire
  • Technician: Tony Clarke
  • 2D Co-ordination: Jen Nunn, David Burns
  • CG Animation: Wesley Coman
  • CG Supervisors: Chris Hemming, Antoine Moulineau
  • CG Modellers: Stuart Rowbottom, Adam Sharp, David Usher
  • CG Lighting: Adam Sharp
  • CG Effects: Lukasz Pazera
  • Senior Compositor: Johnny
  • Still Compositing: Niamh Lines, Cassiano Prado, Ed Salkeld
  • Technical Director: Mark Wilson
  • 3D Co-ordination: Emma Philips
  • DoP (live action shots) Richard Stewart
  • Camera Operator: Richard Stewart
  • Producer (live action) Russell McLean
  • Make Up: Cecile Nonon
  • Editor: Jamie Ford
  • Post Production: Rushes
  • VFX Artists: Duncan Malcolm, Marcus Wood, Brian Carbin
  • Rushes Producer: Carl Grinter



Feel Good Inc Tower Railwaystation Bridge Chicks in Feel Good Inc
The full image gallery for Feel Good Inc. (Music Video) may be viewed at Feel Good Inc. (Music Video)/Gallery.


  • The flying windmill island is heavily inspired by Miyazaki's 'Castle In the Sky' which Jamie has cited as one of his main influences in interviews.
  • Russel's cap spots the ENCOM logo. ENCOM is the name of the fictional computer enterprise from Disney's TRON-franchise.
  • A small portion of the song A Fistful Of Peanuts by the Spacemonkeyz is heard at the start of the video.
  • Feel Good Inc. is the only Gorillaz music video to have two different commentary versions.