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The Flaming Lips are no strangers to releasing music in unconventional formats -- heck, they've already released music inside human body parts made of candy -- so their '13 Valentine's Day treat…   Read Story »
Not to sound like a square, but there's something about Wayne Coyne -- especially his prowess for hanging out with "Brush My Teeth With A Bottle Of Jack" Ke$ha and overexposing Erykah Badu's sister…   Read Story »
Yesterday, we learned that the Flaming Lips have a new album called The Terror coming in a few months. The album's first single is actually a non-album bonus cut called "Sun Blows Up Today," a…   Read Story »
UPDATE: We've got The Terror's tracklist below. Also, "Sun Blows Up Today" will apparently show up in a Super Bowl commercial, which go Ravens. The Flaming Lips have been in the news lately, but…   Read Story »
Which is more amazing: that 2013 marks 30 years of the Flaming Lips as a functioning concern, or that it heralds the 23rd year of their partnership with Warner Bros. Records? It's difficult to judge.…   Read Story »
Here's another thing that Flaming Lips frontman Wayne Coyne can cross off of his increasingly insane to-do list: Record an hour-long radio drama about the human-head-shaped tumor on the inside of his…   Read Story »
Name: The Flaming Lips Progress Report: Steven Drozd talks about the Lips forthcoming studio album (their 15th!) and the joys of being loved in your own hometown. As a native Oklahoman, I'm…   Read Story »
A week and a half ago, Flaming Lips frontman Wayne Coyne tweeted this: "Sorry Sorry Sorry!! Everyone that was inconvenienced because of my grenade at OKC airport!!" And apparently, he wasn't kidding.…   Read Story »
Tomorrow is National Voter Registration Day, and the non-partisan group HeadCount is taking action by hosting registration events in 30 cities. Alongside that push comes a social campaign featuring…   Read Story »
For a while now, the Flaming Lips have been kicking around the idea of recording a full-length tribute to King Crimson's 1969 prog-rock classic In The Court Of The Crimson King, and now it sure looks…   Read Story »