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New Music & Gigs From The Flaming Lips

01:01 PM Friday 10/21/16 | |

Wayne Coyne & Co. are ready to rock 2017 with an album coming out in January and a new batch of U.S. tour dates. The Flaming Lips also has a new video to show off.

Oczy Mlody is due out Jan. 13 via Warner Bros. Records as the follow-up to 2013’s The Terror. The LP was produced by the band and longtime producer Dave Fridmann.

The band’s PR rep declares that the Lips “return to form with an album no less experimental in nature, but perhaps more melodically song-oriented, recalling the best parts of their most critically applauded albums The Soft Bulletin and the gold-certified Yoshimi Battles The Pink Robots.”

Pre-orders began today and include an instant download of the song “The Castle.” Three more tracks will be available in advance of the January release. The 12-track album is available digitally or as a CD or vinyl edition.

Check out the video for “The Castle” below. But prepare yourself – an announcement notes that the “seemingly simple image is as emotionally affecting as the song itself.”

The Flaming Lips has a handful of 2016 dates left, including an appearance on Saturday at the Arizona State Fair in Phoenix. Here’s the plan for 2017:

Jan. 21 – London, England, O2 Academy Brixton
Jan. 22 – Manchester, England, Manchester Academy
Jan. 24 – Berlin, Germany, Columbiahalle
Jan. 25 – Copenhagen, Denmark, VEGa. House Of Music
Jan. 26 – Stockholm, Sweden, Münchenbryggeriet
Jan. 28 – Utrecht, Netherlands, TivoliVredenburg
Jan. 30 – Milan, Italy, Alcatraz
Jan. 31 – Zurich, Switzerland, Volkshaus
Feb. 2 – Paris, France, Le Bataclan
Feb. 3 – Antwerp, Belgium, De Roma
March 3 –  Boston, Mass., House Of Blues Boston
March 4 – Philadelphia, Pa., The Fillmore Philadelphia
March 5 – Washington, DC, 9:30 Club
March 6 – Washington, DC, 9:30 Club
March 8 – New Haven, Conn., College Street Music Hall
March 9 – New York, N.Y., Terminal 5
March 13 – Toronto, Ontario, Rebel
March 14 – Royal Oak, Mich., Royal Oak Music Theatre
March 29 – Nashville, Tenn., War Memorial Auditorium
March 30 – Charlotte, N.C., Fillmore Charlotte
March 31 – Raleigh, N.C., The Ritz
April 2 – Atlanta, Ga., The Tabernacle
April 3 – Lake Buena Vista, Fla., House Of Blues
April 4 – Saint Petersburg, Fla., Jannus Live

Tickets for the new North American dates go on sale Oct. 28 at 10 a.m. local time. Visit The Flaming Lips’ Facebook page for more information.


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