The Flaming Lips, Cyndi Lauper, and John Legend also contributed to the production.
Upcoming Festival Appearances
The Flaming Lips’ Onboard The International Space Station Concert For Peace is now streaming — listen
The trippy, “live(ish)” album dropped on Record Store Day as a limited edition vinyl release.
There’s a science to creating the perfect setlist, and it starts with any new material.
Eight initial dates are spread across the country, with more to come.
From Arcade Fire to Weezer, plenty of bands have yet to tour through Springfield.
Radiohead, Foo Fighters, Katy Perry, The National, Lorde, The xx, Phoenix, Justice, Barry Gibb, and so much more.
Record Store Day 2017 boasts exclusive releases from David Bowie, The Smiths, André 3000, and The War on Drugs
Plus: Prince, Lou Reed, Spoon, Danny Brown, and even the Space Jam soundtrack.
More specifically, those released during this young century…
The Flaming Lips perform “There Should Be Unicorns” with an actual glowing unicorn on Colbert — watch
And no, you’re not still tripping from last night.
The Antlers’ Peter Silberman protests Trump with cover of The Flaming Lips’ “Feeling Yourself Disintegrate” — listen
Taken from the anti-Trump compilation album Our First 100 Days.
More and more bands are revisiting the past without thinking about their future.
Whether at sprawling festivals or intimate clubs, these are the shows we wouldn’t dare miss.