Flying Lotus previews first new album in five years with David Lynch-assisted ‘Fire Is Coming’

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Flying Lotus previews first new album in five years with David Lynch-assisted ‘Fire Is Coming’Flying Lotus 3d Live

Flying Lotus has unequivocally been one of the most diverse and prolific producers of the past decade. His range has known no bounds. From the hip-hop interludes between late-night Adult Swim shows, to his collaborations with Kendrick Lamar, Snoop Dogg, Thundercat, and Thom Yorke, to heralding his own label and artistic collective, the Los Angeles-based visionary has consistently pushed the limits. Now, FlyLo is teasing his first new album in five years with the release of his unsettling new single “Fire Is Coming” featuring iconic filmmaker David Lynch. On his latest, it’s clear the artist lesser known as Steve Ellison is pushing once again, and this time, it’s well into the avant-garde.

The video, directed by the You’re Dead! producer and David Firth, lies the same realm of something one might find playing on an old TV in the Museum of Modern Art. In the new visual, David Lynch’s face twists and his eyes burn with fire as he tells a story from the mouth of a wolf in a wheelchair. His story is told to children adorned in fur. The score to this short film is in line with the visuals, it scratches and itches, it evokes an inalienable fear. The fear is that of the end or the impending notion of an apocalypse, which is a theme Flylo hasn’t been shy about in his previous works.

“I’d been working on stuff for the past five years, but it was always all over the place. I’d always had this thematic idea in mind—a lingering concept about fire, an eternal flame sitting on a hill. Some people love it, some people hate it. Some people would go on dates there and some people would burn love letters in the fire,” says Ellison in a press statement.

Mortality and humanity have been themes in his work for many years and despite their subtle nature have drawn realists, dreamers, and optimistic nihilists towards his music and message in droves.

Though this preview could be described as “disturbing”FlyLo’s upcoming FlamagraLP does manage to boast an impressive list of features—Anderson .Paak, Solange, George Clinton, Little Dragon, Thundercat, Toro y Moi and more will grace the album. Flamagra is expected to release May 24 on Warp Records.

Flamagra tracklist: 

1. Heroes 
2. Post Requisite
3. Heroes In A Half Shell 
4. More feat. Anderson .Paak
5. Capillaries 
6. Burning Down The House feat. George Clinton
7. Spontaneous feat. Little Dragon
8. Takashi
9. Pilgrim Side Eye 
10. All Spies 
11. Yellow Belly feat. Tierra Whack
12. Black Balloons Reprise feat. Denzel Curry
13. Fire Is Coming feat. David Lynch
14. Inside Your Home 
15. Actually Virtual feat. Shabazz Palaces
16. Andromeda 
17. Remind U 
18. Say Something 
19. Debbie Is Depressed 
20. Find Your Own Way Home 
21. The Climb feat. Thundercat
22. Pygmy 
23. 9 Carrots feat. Toro y Moi
24. FF4 
25. Land Of Honey feat. Solange
26. Thank U Malcolm 
27. Hot Oct.

Solange No Longer Performing At Coachella

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Solange was set to perform at Coachella this year. But today, the Coachella Twitter account announced that she will no longer be part of the festival. “Due to major production delays, Solange will unfortunately no longer be performing at this year’s festival,” the tweet reads. “She sends her sincerest apologies, and looks forward to performing … More »

Maren Morris Is A Little Bit Springsteen, A Little Bit Teenage Dream

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Maren MorrisTucked near the end of Maren Morris’ new album GIRL is a lovely little tune called “The Bones.” Like many Morris songs, it’s not about the art of songwriting but could just as easily be an allegory for her expertise in that area. In “The Bones,” a busted old house that has weathered the elements … More »

Premature Evaluation: Solange When I Get Home

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SolangeAfter being honored at a benefit gala for the Parsons School Of Design last spring, Solange shared pictures and video on her Instagram account of herself and her friends twerking atop a limo in Manhattan. Her caption was accompanied by an orbiting shooting-star emoji: “can’t take texas or dc girls nooooo damnnn whereee.” For an … More »

Livestream Solange’s When I Get Home Album Discussion Q&A

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Last week, Solange released her new album, When I Get Home, along with a short film by the same name. She announced accompanying “album experience” events around Houston, and tonight, the event will be livestreamed for fans unable to attend. Writer and curator Antwaun Sargent will moderate … More »

Watch Solange’s When I Get Home Short Film

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Solange - When I Get Home filmSolange has released a film titled When I Get Home, featuring music from her new album by the same name. The 33-minute short is a mixed-media visualization, featuring scenes set in a desert and the singer’s hometown Houston, 3D-animated dance sequences, candid webcam footage, and more. Several of the images were teased earlier … More »

Solange releases new album When I Get Home ft. Panda Bear, Playboi Carti, and Earl Sweatshirt

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Hey, T: The New York Times Style Magazine — didn’t you say that Solange’s new album was “imminent this fall, probably sometime soon” last fall? Well, FUCK YOU, because “this fall” is now this winter, and this winter is now midnight, and midnight is actually a new day, today, March 1. Seriously, fuck you, T: The New York Times Style Magazine! LIARS!!!

Anyway, the good news is that Solange has finally released her new album, the follow-up to 2016’s excellent A Seat at the Table (one of our favorite albums that year — duh), no thanks to T: The New York Times Style Magazine. It’s titled When I Get Home, and it features 19 tracks, including five interludes and an intermission, all of which are designed, we assume, to let us catch our breaths. Guest contributors include Panda Bear, Playboi Carti, Earl Sweatshirt, Tyler the Creator, Gucci Mane, Dev Hynes, and many more.

When I Get Home is out now, but why listen to it when you can check out the album’s cover art and Houston-centric tracklist below?

When I Get Home tracklist:

01. Things I Imagined
02. S McGregor (interlude)
03. Down With The Clique
04. Way To The Show
05. Can I Hold The Mic (interlude)
06. Stay Flo
07. Dreams
08. Nothing Without Intention (interlude)
09. Almeda
10. Time (is)
11. My Skin My Logo
12. We Deal With The Freak’n (intermission)
13. Jerrod
14. Binz
15. Beltway
16. Exit Scott (interlude)
17. Sound Of Rain
18. Not Screwed! (interlude)
19. I’m a Witness

Stream Solange’s New Album When I Get Home

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SolangeSolange has released a new album called When I Get Home, the follow-up to her 2016 masterpiece A Seat At The Table. The 19-track album is out now, and features guest appearances from Playboi Carti, Gucci Mane, Tyler, The Creator, Earl Sweatshirt, Dev Hynes, Cassie, Pharrell, Sampha, Standing On The Corner, Panda Bear, … More »

Solange Shares Apparent Tracklist For New Album Possibly Titled When I Get Home

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Is this Solange's 'When I Get Home' cover art?Solange Knowles began teasing the follow-up to 2016’s spectacular A Seat At The Table last fall with a T Magazine interview suggesting the new album would be out before year’s end. Two months into 2019, it has yet to materialize, but all signs point to a drop coming as soon as … More »

Solange Unveils BlackPlanet Page, Sparking Album Rumors

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Solange has launched a web page on the long-running social network BlackPlanet that optimistic fans will take as a sign that the singer and performance artist is preparing to release new music. The page features gifs of Solange, cowboys, dancers, and more, plus poetic snippets of text including, “I made the pilgrimage back … More »