The Flaming Lips Release New Song ‘Flowers of Neptune 6’

The Flaming Lips have shared a new surprise new song called ‘Flowers of Nepture 6’ alongside a video featuring frontman Wayne Coyne strolling around a burning prairie in a giant plastic bubble. Check it out below.

The single appears to be a one-off release, with no album announcement attached to it.

In March, the band released Deap Lips, a collaborative effort with Deap Vally. Their most recent studio album was 2019’s King’s Mouth. Earlier this year, the band also covered George Jones’ ‘He Stopped Loving Her Today’ as part of the soundtrack for the upcoming film Arkansas, directed by Clark Duke and starring Liam Hemsworth and Vince Vaughn.

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