Rock duo Deap Vally appear to be in the final stages of their recent collaborative project with Wayne Coyne and Steven Drozd of The Flaming Lips.
The band comprised of guitarist Lindsey Troy and drummer Julie Edwards shared an image to their Instagram on Saturday showing Troy standing beside Coyne and Drozd in some kind of creative setting, along with the caption, “Our collaboration record with the Flaming Lips is nearly done! We couldn’t be more freaking excited. It’s been a crazy honor working with these geniuses.”
The members of Deap Vally are no strangers to sharing social media posts featuring photos of themselves having fun with Coyne. Last April, the band shared a video originally posted by Coyne showing both himself and Drozd along with the copy, “The ILLiad: a Deap Vally Flaming Lips odyssey” while music is heard playing in the background by way of computer. Prior to that, Deap Vally had shared a mix of photos of themselves with Coyne during what was likely the project’s original recording and writing sessions in the singer’s home city of Oklahoma City. One of the sessions apparently resulted in four songs in the three days, giving fans a gauge to a least a little bit of what could be coming down the pop from both parties.
The Flaming Lips actually shared one of their own new singles earlier this week with “Giant Baby”, which is set to be included on their forthcoming album, King’s Mouth: Music And Songs. The album is due out on July 19th via Warner Bros. Records.
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