The curators at All Tomorrow’s Parties just announced that the Flaming Lips will be performing The Soft Bulletin in its entirety at ATP 2011 in London.

We’re very excited to be able to present one of the greatest albums of the last 20 years live in it’s entirety next July at ’s stunning Alexandra Palace. On the 1st July 2011 The will perform their seminal classic The Soft Bulletin as part of ATP Concerts Don’t Look Back season. On the album’s release in 1999 it was hailed by critics as ‘The of the 90s’, receiving adulation from fans and writers alike, topping many year end charts and spawning two classic singles (‘Waiting For A Superman’, ‘Race For The Prize’) and going on to influence countless bands. In 2003 placed the album as the third best album of the 1990s alongside ’s OK Computer and ’s Loveless.

Joining the psych-masters as openers with albums of their own will be Dinosaur, and

For this special show they will be joined by two other stunning acts; will perform their 1988 classic Bug; the third album with their original line-up, it included the instant alt-rock classic ‘Freak Scene’. Finally ’s , one of the most acclaimed live acts around (fans include , and all of whom they have been personally invited to support), will perform their 2004 album and fan favourite Milk Man to complete the line-up.

Tickets go on sale this Friday 3rd September at 10am priced at £40 via www.atpfestival.com.


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