Revolving Doors (Gorillaz song)

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"Revolving Doors"
Single by Gorillaz
from the album The Fall
Released 14 March 2011
Format Digital download, CD single
Recorded 5th October 2010 in Boston [1]
Length 3:27
Label Parlophone
Writer(s) 2D, Murdoc Niccals, Emily Burton
Producer(s) Gorillaz, Stephen Sedgwick
Gorillaz singles chronology
"Phoner to Arizona"
(2010)
"Revolving Doors"
(2011)
"Amarillo"
(2011)

"Revolving Doors" is a double A-side single with "Amarillo" released by British virtual band Gorillaz from their fourth studio project, The Fall.

Background[edit]

"Revolving Doors" was recorded in Boston, Massachusetts on 5 October 2010, during the North American leg of the band's Escape to Plastic Beach World Tour. During an interview on 5th Pirate Radio, band member 2D said of the song: "I wrote the song after I saw a set of revolving doors in a hotel. It reminded me of how far from home I was and how much I was out of place."

Critical reception[edit]

NME gave the single a positive review, stating: "Revolving Doors is very unlike anything Gorillaz have ever done before. As Damon's vocals introduce a fragile human touch to proceedings, Gorillaz' leader spins this lament over gentle guitars and hypnotic chants."[2]

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