Tag: The Flaming Lips
The Best Albums of 2020
Here are our picks for the 25 albums that kept our spirits up in 2020.
The Flaming Lips, Naturally, Will Be the First Band to Perform a Space Bubble Concert
The band also released a video for “Brother Eye” to celebrate.
Wayne Coyne’s Bubble Full of Thoughts
Flaming Lips’ leader on COVID, community, and promoting pet causes on social media.
The Flaming Lips, “American Head”
The latest from the Lips is a peculiarly placid sound that only this collection of artists seem capable of making.
The Flaming Lips Share a (Socially Distanced) Video for “Mother Please Don’t Be Sad”
It’s the latest single from the band’s sixteenth album “American Head,” out September 11.
WATCH: The Flaming Lips Enlist Kacey Musgraves for New Single “Flowers of Neptune 6”
The Lips’ first new music of 2020 arrives with a dramatic video.
WATCH: The Flaming Lips Take on George Jones’ “He Stopped Loving Her Today”
The Oklahoman rockers cover the Texas songwriter for a movie called “Arkansas.”
The Year 2020: Seven Songs About Living in the Future
A soundtrack for dealing with post-“Blade Runner” future shock, featuring The Faint, De La Soul, Wilco, and more.
LISTEN: The Flaming Lips and Deap Vally Release “Hope Hell High” as Deap Lips
The new supergroup has a full album coming in March.
The Best Albums of 2019
Twenty-five records that brought joy in a tough year.
FLOOD Essentials: November 2019 feat. Jim Sullivan, FKA Twigs, Deerhoof, and More
Our recommendations from turkey month.
Wayne Coyne Breaks Down The Flaming Lips’ New “The Soft Bulletin” Live LP Track by Track
“Whatever happens, it’s going to sound cool!”
LIVE, IN PHOTOS: Levitation 2019
Angel Olsen, The Flaming Lips, Chelsea Wolfe, Dinosaur Jr., and more brought their psychedelic sounds to Austin this past weekend.
LIVE, IN PHOTOS: Riot Fest 2019 Feat. The Flaming Lips, The B-52’s, Slayer, & More
In its fifteenth year, the Chicago festival keeps it edgy with additional sets from Slayer, Blink-182, Descendents, Wu-Tang Clan, and more.
WATCH: The Flaming Lips feat. Mick Jones Release New Video for “Giant Baby”
The track comes off their recent “King’s Mouth: Music and Songs.”
The Flaming Lips and Flying Lotus Added to Desert Daze 2019
FlyLo and Wayne Coyne and company will join Animal Collective and Stereolab at the fest.
FLOOD ESSENTIALS: April 2019 feat. Khalid, Flying Lotus, Aldous Harding, and More
Give a listen to some of our favorite songs and albums from last month.
Straight from the King’s Mouth: Wayne Coyne on The Flaming Lips’ New Album for Record Store Day
Named for Coyne’s 2015 art instillation of the same name, “King’s Mouth” features twelve interconnected songs with narration from The Clash’s Mick Jones.
It’s Time to Talk About Those “Music From and Inspired by ‘Spider-Man’” Albums
The official unofficial soundtracks to Sam Raimi’s trilogy reflect an odd moment in the history of popular movie soundtracks—namely one in which the soundtracks’ songs don’t actually appear in the movies.
The Flaming Lips, “Oczy Mlody”
The oddball, acid-laced soliloquies that characterized Coyne’s Mad Hatter aesthetic from the start are still part-and-parcel of what drives his merry-to-morose ensemble.
Sanctuary: A Weekend at the House of Creatives Music Festival
With darkness encircling the nation, what better time to get lost in our southernmost major city?
PREMIERE: Horse Thief Seek “Another Youth” in New Video
The OKC thunderers will release “Trials and Truth” on January 27.
PLAYLIST: Take a Little Trip to House of Creatives in Miami with Small Black
Dance yourself clean.
Various Artists, “Day of the Dead”
Various Artists Day of the Dead 4AD 7/10 For its twentieth edition in a series of fund-raising various-artist projects, the Red Hot Organization—an international charity…
WATCH: Britt Daniel, Wayne Coyne, Dhani Harrison, and More Take on “Handle with Care” in a Clip from George Fest
A CD/DVD/LP release of the complete star-packed concert is out February 26.
The Flaming Lips, “Heady Nuggs: 20 Years After Clouds Taste Metallic”
Today, they may be known to youngsters as Miley Cyrus’s backing band, but during the mid-’90s, The Flaming Lips were one of the freshest voices emerging from the previously dormant genre of psych-rock.
Flaming Lips Reissuing “Clouds Taste Metallic” as Massive Deluxe Boxed Set
Gonna need a lot of gummy skulls to contain this thing.
WATCH: The Flaming Lips Get Trippy in Their Cover of The Beach Boys Classic “Good Vibrations”
Part one of the exclusive two-part documentary series “Brian Fest: A Night to Celebrate the Life and Music of Brian Wilson”