Watch: The Flaming Lips share video for new single ‘Dinosaurs On The Mountain’

'American Head' is set for release on September 11

The Flaming Lips have released a video for another new track from their forthcoming 16th album American Head.

The new song, which is called “Dinosaurs on the Mountain,” follows previously released singles “Flowers of Neptune 6” and “My Religion is You.” The track feels reminiscent of Soft Bulletin / Yoshimi, as Wayne Coyne sings lines like, “I wish dinosaurs were still here now, it would be fun to see them play up on the mountain.”

The accompanying video sees the band performing in front of an audience from their own respective bubbles.

Watch the video for “Dinosaurs On The Mountain” below.
 

 
American Head is set for release on September 11th.