Listen: Gorillaz Celebrate Record Store Day With 'Phoner to Arizona'

Stream a song from the band's new album, which is being issued on vinyl for Record Store Day on April 16th

April 8, 2011 2:50 PM ET
Listen: Gorillaz Celebrate Record Store Day With 'Phoner to Arizona'

Click to listen to Gorillaz's "Phoner to Arizona"

The Gorillaz originally released their most recent album The Fall as a free download for their fans on Christmas, but a premium vinyl edition of the record is set to be released on April 16th as part of the Record Store Day celebration at independent music retailers.

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The album – which is mostly instrumental and was recorded on band leader Damon Albarn's iPad while the band was on tour last year – will also be released as a CD and digital download on April 19th. You can listen to "Phoner to Arizona," the album's pensive, mildly funky opening number, now.

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