The Flaming Lips release new song 'Is David Bowie Dying?' - audio

Collaboration with Neon Indian appears online

The Flaming Lips release new song 'Is David Bowie Dying?' - audio

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The Flaming Lips' new single 'Is David Bowie Dying?' has been made available online.

Scroll down and click below to hear the song, which is a collaboration with Neon Indian.

The physical release of the single was only sold in Dallas record shop Good Records and the Guestroom Records shop in Oklahoma City, reports Pitchfork.

On Wednesday (March 23) The Flaming Lips frontman Wayne Coyne wrote on "Dropping off a box of Flaming Lips/Neon Indian 12-inches at Guest Room Records in OKC."

The track was part of a limited-edition EP also feturing the songs 'Alan’s Theremin', 'You Don’t Respond' and 'Do You Want New Wave Or Do You Want The Truth Part 2'.

Flaming Lips & Neon Indian - "Is David Bowie Dying?" by One Thirty BPM

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