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Gorillaz - Strange Timez ft. Robert Smith (Episode Six)

The official music video for the Gorillaz song Strange Timez, sixth single of the album Song Machine, Season One: Strange Timez. It was released on 9 September 2020 along with the single itself and was produced and animated by animation studio The Line.


In this episode of Song Machine, the band goes to the moon to write the message "BE THE CHANGE" out of craters. Also, Murdoc goes on another trippy intergalactic adventure, ending up right outside of Kong Studios.


Music Video[]

  • Official Gorillaz YouTube channel.


  • Official Gorillaz YouTube channel.


  • Director: Jamie Hewlett
  • Co-Directors: Tim McCourt, Max Taylor
  • Producer: Eva Dahlqvist
  • Production Manager: Samia Ahmed
  • Production Assistant: Laurence Moss
  • 2D Animation Supervisor/Lead Animator: Venla Linna
  • 2D Animators: Amanda Holm, Simone Cirillo
  • 2D FX Animation: Amanda Holm
  • Clean Up Artists: Paola Costigliola, Francisco Magalhães, Venla Linna
  • Suit Highlights: Francisco Magalhães, Amanda Holm, Venla Linna, Jessica Leslau
  • 3D Generalist Lead: Mark Maxwell
  • 3D Sculpt and Modelling: Paco Rocha
  • 3D Modelling & Rigging: Simon Legrand
  • 3D Modelling: Dolph Souza
  • 3D Animator: Kristian Antonelli
  • Compositor Lead: Leandro Vazquez
  • Compositors: Francesco Ferraresi, Valerie Guichard, Alican Serbest
  • Background Paint: Igor Piwowarczyk
  • Gorillaz are managed by Eleven Management
  • Production Company: The Line



Strange Timez 10 Strangetimez thumbnail Strange Timez 15
The full image gallery for Strange Timez (Music Video) may be viewed at Strange Timez (Music Video)/Gallery.


  • There was a billboard on the moon.
  • The monolith discovered by Murdoc was based on the ones featured in the Space Odyssey book (by Arthur C. Clarke) and film (by Stanley Kubrick).