Gorillaz have been releasing a string of Song Machine tracks, and their fifth one of the series pays tribute to a classic arcade game.
Pac-Man recently celebrated its 40th anniversary, so Gorillaz teamed up with ScHoolboy Q to collaborate on a track referencing the yellow hero.
It's a melancholy track, with the electro-pop beat feeling like it could have been pulled from a video game, which seems fitting given the track's title.
The video further explores this video game theme, and sees band member 2-D's pupils turning into Pac-Man ghosts, while he sings about feeling trapped and failing to level up throughout his life.
Q echoes these sentiments, as he spits about feeling held back from his dreams, and not truly getting the most out of his existence.
Gorillaz continue to deliver bangers with musicians from across the world, including some that you might not have expected them to work with.
They've now released tracks with the likes of slowthai, Peter Hook and Octavian, all of which have been great.
Check out the track below. Hopefully your ghosts don't haunt you like they haunt Pac-Man, and 2-D.