Gorillaz have had a website for a long, long time now, and it turns out that at one point in time, you could download Gorillaz screensavers from the site.
One such screensaver has been shared by Twitter user @paleimitatorz, and we're going to recommend that if you want to use this screensaver, you don't put it on your work computer. Check it out below and you'll see what we mean.
i must once again remind everyone that this was, in fact, an official screen saver you could download from gorillaz dot com, and yes, it still functions on modern machines pic.twitter.com/BhFnsffVgL
— caramel (@paleimitatorz) May 21, 2021
At least one person got it working on their current computer, so it is possible if you want to go to the effort of having a gyrating Murdoc on your screen.
HERE'S PROOF pic.twitter.com/xMyMD1fciD
— Percy!! (@mr_wompy) May 21, 2021
According to replies to the tweet, the screensaver is also available on the DVD/CD-ROM for Phase One: Celebrity Take Down, which was a compilation video released back in 2002, and it contains a heap of Gorillaz-related content, including wallpapers, music videos and more.
If you want to check out the full contents of Phase One: Celebrity Take Down, then you can do so via the YouTube video below (the screensaver starts at 6:38). It features the grunting that wasn't present in the Twitter video, which is a sentence we never thought we'd write.