Gorillaz Tease New Album With 'The Book of Noodle' Instagram Story

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Noodle of the Gorillaz performs on stage at the 12th annual MTV Europe Music Awards 2005 at the Atlantic Pavilion on Nov. 3, 2005 in Lisbon, Portugal.  

 Whatever happened to Noodle? You'll remember the 13-year-old Gorillaz guitarist was lost after an attack by helicopter's in the music video for “El Manana.” She was supposed dead and replaced by a cyborg for the recording of third LP Plastic Beach, though she was found to be very much alive during the music video for that title-track.

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As the very long and insane story of the Gorillaz goes, she was on her way to Murdoc's Plastic Beach hideaway in the “Plastic Beach” video, but she never quite made it there. A recent string of posts to The Gorillaz' suddenly very-active Instagram explains a bit of her misadventures.

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All this hype leads to the coming release of the Gorillaz' fourth album in early 2017. We can't wait to see what happens next.

 

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