Leah Greenblatt
March 02, 2010 AT 05:30 PM EST

Who better than Bruce Willis, perennial big-screen badass and sometime monkey-chaser, to go all yippy ki-yay on Gorillaz in a road-rageful drag-race battle?

Live action, special effects and animation combine in the new, if-Death-Proof-was-SFW-and-had-cartoons-and-donuts clip for the Damon Albarn-fronted virtual band’s first single from the upcoming Plastic Beach, their first album since 2005’s Demon Days. Alas, no Bobby Womack cameo.

The trailer below offers a sneak preview, though the full video can only be streamed on the band’s official YouTube channel; click here to see it:

You can, of course, stream Plastic Beach in full for free at npr.org as of yesterday. The site is also hosting the James Mercer/Danger Mouse side project Broken Bells‘ debut self-titled release (here) and will roll out streams of new albums from the White Stripes, She & Him, Sharon Jones, and Sigur Ros frontman Jonsi Birgisson through the end of March. Free stuff, we salute you! And also, all simians.

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