Below, you can check out the Flaming Lips' new cover of the Beatles' "Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds." The Lips' Wayne Coyne posted a link to the band's extra-psychedelic version of the John Lennon-penned 1967 Beatles track on his Instagram account.
Those weirdo rockers from Oklahoma City have done it! The Flaming Lips have officially set a new Guinness World Record for the most concerts played in multiple cities during a 24-hour period, performing in eight different cities to beat the previous record, which was held by rapper Jay-Z.
In case you wanted to spend your entire day listening to new Flaming Lips music, you're in luck! Those wild, weird cats from Oklahoma are now streaming their twenty-four-hour song, "7 Skies H3," online. You can check it out right here.
The latest batch of wackiness from the Lips -- after releasing a 6-hour song -- is that the band are planning to record a 24-hour-long song. If that's not WTF-worthy enough, the final product is to be released inside a human skull. No, not a gummy human skull -- they did that already -- an actual human skull.
Last night, July 30, Weezer and the Flaming Lips joined forces at the PNC Banks Art Center in New Jersey for a one-of-a-kind show that featured both bands sharing the stage. The show opened with Rivers Cuomo and Wayne Coyne crowd surfing inside giant bubbles (see left), a trademark of Flaming Lips shows, while both bands jammed on Black Sabbath's "Sweet Leaf."