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Flaming Lips

Wayne Coyne speaks on the new Flaming Lips album
Wayne Coyne has revealed some insight to the upcoming Flaming Lips album At War With The Mystics, and it looks like the band has been finding some new inspiration.

The album is due out in early 2006, and will provide a more direct approach to lyrics and music than previous abstract work by the band. They have been divining new influences and subject matter for their work, and this has been integrated into the new music. They are promising more guitars and more of a confrontation on modern issues than in the past few albums.

"I don't think you could be making any art in the atmosphere that we're in now — with the war and the different ways people feel about the Bush administration and all that — without having some things that sort of, not address that specifically, but address this whole idea of what you do with power," Coyne said recently when speaking to VH1.

"Without any true intention, I think we've found some guitar-rock things that we're freaked out about. People will see that some of it has gone more weird rock."

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