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Damon Albarn says more Gorillaz music is "unlikely"

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Damon Albarn has cast doubt on the future of Gorillaz, his virtual project with Jamie Hewlett.

Speaking to The Guardian, the Blur frontman revealed that he and Hewlett had fallen out while making latest LP The Fall.

Damon Albarn

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Murdoc from Gorillaz

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"I think we were at cross purposes somewhat on that last record, which is a shame," he said.

When pressed on whether he is no longer on friendly terms with Hewlett, Albarn admitted: "That sounds very juvenile, doesn't it? But being juvenile about it, it happens. It's a shame."

The 44-year-old singer-songwriter added that a reunion is "unlikely" unless "a time comes when that knot has been untied".

Formed in 1998, Gorillaz have released three platinum-selling albums, peaking with 2005's Demon Days.

The supergroup recently teamed up with James Murphy and Andre 3000 for 'DoYaThing'.

> Damon Albarn thinks Hyde Park will be Blur's last

Watch the music video for Gorillaz's 'DoYaThing' below:

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