The Flaming Lips

Watch The Flaming Lips’ exclusive Super Bowl advert track

The Flaming Lips have debuted a preview of their new track 'Sun Blows Up'. The band wrote the song, which will not feature on their forthcoming album 'The Terror', to be used in an advert for car company Hyundai, with the commercial set to air during the Super Bowl on February 3. It is currently being shown on Billboard.

The Flaming Lips – Album By Album

Wayne Coyne of The Flaming Lips answers your questions in An Audience With… in this month's new issue of Uncut, out now. In this week's archive feature we head back to our June 2008 issue (Take 133), to find the band's frontman looking back over their back catalogue, taking in Vaseline, drug addiction, union picket lines, the religious right and nothing short of the collapse of civilisation. “My agenda is to go somewhere where we’ve never been before…" Interview: Jaan Uhelszki –––––––––––––––––––––––––

Wayne Coyne: “The Flaming Lips spent the day shooting pistols with William Burroughs…”

The Flaming Lips answer your questions in the new issue of Uncut, out tomorrow. Wayne Coyne takes your queries, as well as those from famous fans, on subjects including David Bowie, Oklahoma City and his favourite bugs. Asked how he came to meet William Burroughs, Coyne explained that the band spent time hanging out with the Beat icon in Lawrence, Kansas, not far from Oklahoma. “We ended up spending this extraordinary day with William and his friends, shooting pistols. For me it’s a big deal just to shoot guns at all, but to shoot guns with Burroughs?”

Flaming Lips re-record ‘Race For The Prize’ for local basketball team

The Flaming Lips have re-recorded 1999's "Race For The Prize" for the Oklahoma City Thunder basketball team. The band pay tribute to their hometown NBA team in the new version of the song, which was originally on their acclaimed album "The Soft Bulletin". The bandmembers repeatedly chant "Thunder up!" over the song's main refrain, while the verses end with the lines: "They'll keep fighting/For Oklahoma!" You can watch a video featuring the new version below.
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