The Flaming Lips have recorded a brand new song titled “Found A Star On The Ground,” which is undoubtedly the longest single piece of music ever recorded clocking in at a generous 360 minutes. That’s six hours of continuous psychedeliscized music with a view to raise 100% of the proceeds to benefit local Oklahoma concerns: The Central Oklahoma Humane Society and The Academy of Contemporary Music at The University of Central Oklahoma. Much has already been outlined in the press but the official details can finally be revealed.
Oct 24 – Portland, ME @ State Theatre w/Kurt Vile
Oct 25 – Rochester, NY @ Main Street Armory w/Kurt Vile
Oct 27 – Norfolk, VA @ The Norva w/Kurt Vile
Oct 28 – North Charleston, SC @ North Charleston Performing Arts Center
Oct 29 – Asheville, NC @ Moogfest
Nov 12 – Melbourne, Australia @ Harvest Festival w/Portishead, The National, Bright Eyes & more
Nov 13 – Sydney, Australia @ Harvest Festival w/Portishead, The National, Bright Eyes & more
Nov 16 – Adelaide, Australia @ Thebarton Theatre
Nov 17 – Melbourne, Australia @ The Palace Theatre
Nov 19 – Brisbane, Australia @ Harvest Festival w/Portishead, The National, Bright Eyes & more
In between touring, THE LIPS will continue to record new music to come in various unique formats to be released in the coming months. At this time we can confirm the rumors of a single 24-hour-long song are indeed insane and absolutely true. THE LIPS are recording the track this month. While lots rumors, speculations and “facts” have been circulating suffice to say official details will be announced once we really know how, when etc. Stay tuned to www.flaminglips.com for details.