The Flaming Lips are back with their first album since the release of their 2013 release 'The Terror'. 'Oczy Mlody' is full of Flaming Lips own brand of oddball, acid-drenched psych-pop that we've come to expect from them over the years. The band have been releasing singles from the album throughout last year and now they offer us 'Nigdy Nie (Never No)' released through Warners in the US and Bella Union in the UK.
The Flaming Lips will pay a visit to the UK the next few weeks and tickets are still available for their London and Manchester dates.
Saturday 21st January - LONDON - Brixton Academy
Sunday 22nd January - MANCHESTER - Academy
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