Pitchfork.tv recently posted a 45-minute documentary on the Flaming Lips’ classic 1999 album The Soft Bulletin. Pitchfork travelled to Oklahoma City to talk to band members Wayne Coyne, Steven Drozd, and Michael Ivins, as well as producer Dave Fridmann, and manager Scott Booker. It’s an insightful look into a modern classic from one of the most fascinating and entertaining bands of the past 20 years.
Watch part one of The Soft Bulletin documentary below.
Head to Pitchfork.tv to watch the rest.
For a refresher or introduction to The Soft Bulletin, watch the video for ‘Race For the Prize’ below.
For previous posts on The Flaming Lips, hit the links below: