Oh wow, they finished it? It's really impressive how professional they were able to make it look, and how well they replicated the style of that phase. But seeing the final product makes it clear that the concept for this video wasn't nearly as dynamic as the other mvs for that album (Tomorrow Comes Today aside), so honestly I don't think it was the greatest loss to the Gorillaz legacy that it was cut back in the day. Not like Rhinestone Eyes, which had an ambitious plot-driven mv that included information crucial to the narrative of that phase. I'll never stop being mad about that. Hope somebody shows this to Jamie, though.
Kind of disappointed they left out the weird tiddy 2D in the beginning, desu.