Amarillo (Gorillaz song)
|Single by Gorillaz|
|from the album The Fall|
|Released||14 March 2011|
|Format||Digital download, CD single|
|Recorded||23 October 2010 in Amarillo |
|Writer(s)||2D, Murdoc Niccals, Emily Burton|
|Producer(s)||Gorillaz, Stephen Sedgwick|
"Amarillo" is a double A-side single with "Revolving Doors" released by British alternative band Gorillaz from their iPad recorded album, The Fall. The word "amarillo" comes from Spanish and it translates to "yellow".
NME gave the single a positive review saying "Amarillo is a slow, yet euphoric song that finds Damon's reverb-laden voice evocatively recalling America's vast great interior. One of the more fully formed songs on the album, you get a vivid portrait of a songwriter from the British Isles getting his mind around one of the world's largest open spaces."