The Flaming Lips share new single “Large Child” that includes Mick Jones: Stream

Again in April, The Flaming dropped King’s Mouth: Music And Songs, their 15th album, as a File Retailer Day unique restricted to 4000 gold vinyl copies. However on July 19th, the album will get a large launch — that means you could find it on streaming companies and past.

To have fun the upcoming broad launch, The Flaming Lips have shared an area pop observe off the album known as “Large Child”. It options The Conflict guitarist Mick Jones offering narration about, you guessed it, an enormous child. It comes with a lyric video so you’ll be able to observe together with Jones’ storybook story.

(Learn: Wayne Coyne Breaks Down The Flaming Lips’ Catalog)

“Large Child” is a reasonably spacious, easy observe. As a substitute of overdoing it, The Flaming Lips gradual issues right down to let an acoustic guitar and digital drum beats take you away. Other than its temporary, unusual intro — it’s stuffed with energetic beeps, primarily sounding like a mellow dialog between prog band Mew and Wall-E — it’s a peaceable tune that sounds prefer it could possibly be off Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots. There, within the midst of all of it, is Jones narrating issues. Give it a pay attention under.

This isn’t the primary tune we’ve heard from King’s Mouth. Again in April, the band shared “All for the Lifetime of the Metropolis”, a fairytale-like tune detailing loads of the album’s plot. Birds chirp, a flute whistles, and the percussion slaps (actually). It’s a reasonably good tune, even when it feels a bit too digitalized.

This summer time, the band will embark on a co-headlining tour with The Claypool Lennon Delirium. It kicks off on July 18th in Utah and involves a detailed in Kentucky on September 20th. Particle Child is ready to open a handful of the stops. Discover the complete listing of tour dates right here.

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