Flaming Lips Create ‘YouTube Symphony’ Using 12 iPhones

Flaming Lips Create ‘YouTube Symphony’ Using 12 iPhones

The band's unique project allows users to experience "lo-fi symphonic joy" and become part of the performance.

Claudia Cukrov
  • 18 february 2011

Recently, American rock band Flaming Lips have split apart a song which can only be heard in its entirety when streamed alongside YouTube videos played on twelve individual smartphones.

The track ‘Two Blobs F**king’ is the latest chapter in the group’s ‘audio experiments’ which have included the ‘Parking Lot Experiments‘, and ‘The Boombox Experiments‘.

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