After releasing an exclusive album just for this year's Record Store Day last week, The Flaming Lips have now shared one of its singles for those that didn't manage to grab a copy for themselves.
The new track 'All For The Life Of The City' has been lifted from their limited-edition run of 'King's Mouth', of which only 4000 copies were made, and follows on from the band's last studio album 'Oczy Mlody' in 2017.
Speaking about their new cut to Billboard, frontman Wayne Coyne said, "'All for the Life of the City' is "probably the first track we wanted to turn into part of the King's Mouth story. This is the center of the story, the middle of the record where he's celebrated, then he gets buried by the snow. At the very beginning it was a more sinister-sounding track; We still struggle with making it more fun."
'All For The Life Of The City' is only available to be streamed through Billboard, which you can check out here.