The Flaming Lips announce The Soft Bulletin anniversary tour

Plus new album King's Mouth released on Record Store Day

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The Flaming Lips will commemorate the 20th anniversary of their classic album The Soft Bulletin with a short run of UK shows in September, at which they’ll play the album in full:

September 5 – Usher Hall, Edinburgh
September 6 – Manchester Academy, Manchester
September 7 – Brixton Academy, London

Tickets are on sale now for the three dates from here.

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The Flaming Lips will release a new album called King’s Mouth on Record Store Day (April 13). Featuring extensive narration from The Clash’s Mick Jones, The the album comes accompanied by a book called King’s Mouth: Immerse Heap Trip Fantasy Experience.

It will initially be released on gold vinyl in a limited edition of 4000 from participating Record Store Day outlets, before getting a wider release in July.

The April 2019 issue of Uncut is now on sale in the UK – with John Lennon on the cover. Inside, you’ll find Keith Richards, Anne Briggs, Edwyn Collins, Lou Reed, Humble Pie, Robert Forster, Jenny Lewis, James Brown and much more. Our 15-track CD also showcases the best of the month’s new music, including Pond, Ex Hex, Hand Habits, Lambchop, Stephen Malkmus, Kel Assouf and Patty Griffin.

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