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Wayne Coyne Wants Billie Eilish to Cover The Flaming Lips

Wayne Coyne, frontman for The Flaming Lips, revealed that he would love to hear Billie Eilish cover one of his band’s albums. More specifically, though, Coyne said “who wouldn’t want to hear…Billie Eilish cover ‘Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots’?” The singer/songwriter for the Lips made this announcement in an interview with The Guardian while responding to curated fan questions.
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Wayne Coyne says he wants Billie Eilish to cover The Flaming Lips

Wayne Coyne has said that he wants Billie Eilish to cover one of The Flaming Lips‘ albums. The Flaming Lips singer was responding to fan questions in a new interview when he revealed his wish, also saying that in an ideal world he’d like Radiohead and The Beatles to cover some of his band’s records.
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Post your questions for the Flaming Lips’s Wayne Coyne

The Flaming Lips are one of a few bands who have managed to stay both relevant and interesting over a career that has spanned nearly four decades. They found mainstream success with 1999’s The Soft Bulletin – voted NME’s album of the year – followed by 2002’s equally brilliant Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots. Since then, they’ve won three Grammys and, in 2018, an award for their song Tomorrow Is written – very appropriately – for SpongeBob SquarePants: The Broadway Musical.

Flaming Lips Frontman Wayne Coyne Inks Marijuana Edibles Deal

Oklahoma-based medical marijuana company The Nirvana Group announced on Monday that it has entered into a partnership with Love Yer Brain, the cannabis edibles firm founded by Flaming Lips frontman Wayne Coyne. Under the terms of the agreement, The Nirvana Group will cultivate and source the cannabis used to manufacture Love Yer Brain marijuana edibles, including the company’s signature human brain-shaped gummies.

Wayne Coyne / Damien Hirst spin art on display at OKC Convention Center

OKLAHOMA CITY - Artwork created by Oklahoma musician Wayne Coyne, front man for the Flaming Lips, and world-renown artist Damien Hirst is now on display at the Oklahoma City Convention Center. The artwork, titled “Beautiful Mystical Exploding Sun Clouds Taste Metallic Gift Painting,” is an 18-by-18 foot spin painting co-created in 2010 by Coyne and Hirst at Hirst’s art hangar in Gloucestershire, England.

Qobuz Announces Wayne Coyne of The Flaming Lips as First Artist-Approved Sound Spokesperson

Wayne Coyne, leader of Grammy award-winning American rock music icons The Flaming Lips is partnering with music streaming and download platform Qobuz to spread the word about its unique offerings and pioneering studio audio quality. As a creator of infinitely complex musical productions, and as a fan of the high-quality presentation Qobuz provides his work, Coyne is excited to become their first official Artist-Approved Sound spokesperson.

Ogden Contemporary Arts presents ‘King’s Mouth’ art installation by Wayne Coyne of the Flaming Lips in conjunction with Ogden Twilight concert

This August, Ogden Contemporary Arts presents Flaming Lips front man and mixed media artist Wayne Coyne and his “immersive head trip fantasy experience,” the "King’s Mouth," at the OCA Center in Ogden, coinciding with the band’s upcoming Ogden Twilight appearance on Aug. 20. Coyne’s audio-visual art installation is featured with...