Get freaky with The Flaming Lips’ new documentary, Freak Night
The Flaming Lips have released an official preview for their upcoming concert documentary, Freak Night. The concert was filmed on October 26 at Oklahoma City's Zoo Amphitheater as a "last hurrah" for the venue, with the concert being billed as "the largest concert party in the Midwest."
Filmed by the Oklahoma-based Delo Creative, the Lips' setlist kicked off with a Black Sabbath cover and featured the band's signature epic stage entrance, complete with costumes, crazy visuals, and the famous hamster ball. The performance included songs such as "The Yeah Yeah Yeah Song," "Is David Bowie Dying?," "Laser Hands," "The Observer," and, of course, "Do You Realize?".
There hasn't been an official release date for the documentary, but according to NME, the film will be up on the band's website sometime next week.
Check out the trailer below.
|The Flaming Lips - Freak Night Preview|