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Though they certainly haven’t been resting on their laurels, the Flaming Lips haven’t released a proper studio album since 2009. Now you can take a listen to that cut – a peppy rocker that leaves room for a proper synth freak-out during the bridge – and take a peek at its absolutely bonkers, kaleidoscopic and certifiably Flaming Lips-ian lyric video. In This Article: The Flaming.
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The Flaming Lips - 7 Skies H3 (2014). The Flaming Lips recently released their latest studio album, Kings Mouth, on Record Store Day 2019.
The Flaming Lips - "Sun Blows Up Today". Just a couple weeks ago, The Flaming Lips announced the album, would be coming out on April 1 (April 2 in the . and to the casual fan, it may seem like a long-awaited return for the Oklahoma City psych rock veterans. Granted, The Terror is technically the band’s first true new album since 2009’s Embryonic, but The Flaming Lips never really went away. And really, in that time, Wayne Coyne and the band have been as prolific as ever, putting out new songs at such a frantic pace, it was hard to keep up with every collaborative EP project, 6-hour-long song and gummy singles.