After weeks of teasing, Gorillaz is back, releasing their new track "Hallelujah Money" on Thursday.

The Damon Albarn-led animated outfit has joined forces with English poet-musician Benjamin Clementine for the song, which seems to take aim at Donald Trump on the eve of the presidential inauguration.

Accompanied by a video featuring Clementine in a golden elevator, the song nods to "walls like unicorns in full glory and galore / Even stronger than the walls of Jericho."

Despite alluding to the toxicity that is the incoming President, "Money" isn't as bleak. Later in the track, Albarn is heard declaring: "When the morning comes / We are still humanz / How will we know / How will we dream / How will we love / How will we know."

It's unclear if the song is a standalone effort or if it is the first preview of the band's upcoming album, their first in six years and one of Variance's 50 Albums to Watch for in 2017.

Watch the video for "Hallelujah Money" below.

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