Gorillaz have been teasing new music in recent months after spending six years or so in the wilderness. And now, on the eve of the inauguration, the Damon Albarn and Jamie Hewlett-created group has released its first new song since 2011, the anti-Trump ode "Hallelujah Money" featuring Benjamin Clementine. And the music video, directed by Giorgio Testi and Gorillaz, is seemingly set in a gold-plated elevator inside Trump Tower while various apocalyptic images (including the La Candelaria brotherhood in Spain) flash in the background.

They said in a press release about the new tune, "Gorillaz returns after six years with the apocalyptic 'Hallelujah Money' video, the first taste of their new record which is coming later this year. The band has issued this song on the eve of the Inauguration of President-Elect Donald Trump to serve as commentary on a politically-charged, historical moment."

It's unclear whether this tune, which has more of a gospel-influence than most of their major singles, will be included on the album, or if it's more of a one-off taster, like "Rockit" was before Demon Days. You can read an interview with Clementine, a Mercury Prize-winning British singer/songwriter, here.

Gorillaz aren't the only band to release an anti-Trump song this week: OK Go released a cover of Morrissey's anti-fascist classic "Interesting Drug" as well ("There are some bad people on the rise") with a lot of Trump pics in the vid. "It seems like the right soundtrack for this moment," the band said of the cover. "No matter how anxious or angry you are, try to turn your passion into something good for the world. We're in this together.

They also performed the track on James Corden last night, which you can see below.