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The Flaming Lips to debut new music at yoga classes in their hometown

The band's new album is believed to be nearing completion

The Flaming Lips are to debut new music at yoga classes in their hometown of Oklahoma City this month.

Wayne Coyne wrote on Instagram that the city’s Yoga Box exercise studio will be playing “brand new, never heard before” Flaming Lips tracks during Friday classes throughout October.

“Hear old classics and rare hard to find secret tracks!!! Hear cool remixes !!” he added. “Yesss!! while you get your body and mind fucked with and made better and healthier and happier by the coolest yoga gals in OKC!!!!”

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In August, it was reported that the band’s new album could be nearing completion when the band’s regular collaborator George Salisbury (who works with them on their music videos, artwork and live projections) posted an Instagram story captioned “Gettin’ close!!!!”.

The Story showed artwork on a computer screen followed by a series of files labelled “The Flaming Lips – Oczy Mlody”, suggesting the band’s new album could be titled ‘Oczy Mlody’. Check out the Instagram story below courtesy of The Future Heart.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0aQcqtVmkZM

The Flaming Lips released their last album of original material, ‘The Terror’, in 2013. The following year they returned with an album of Beatles covers called ‘With A Little Help from My Fwends’. They also collaborated with Miley Cyrus extensively on her surprise 2015 album ‘Miley Cyrus & Her Dead Petz’.

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Earlier this year they released a cover of David Bowie’s ‘Space Oddity’ in the late musician’s honour. They also performed their cover of ‘Space Oddity’ on Stephen Colbert’s US chat show, joined by Star Wars favourite Chewbacca.

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