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Flying Lotus has shared “More,” the latest single from his upcoming album, Flamagra. It lands on the heels of the soulful and swung out “Spontaneous”/”Takashi,” and sees Lotus link up with Anderson .Paak.

Nearly five years have passed since the last Flying Lotus album, the Grammy-nominated You’re Dead! Since then, the multi-disciplinary Los Angeles artist has remained in constant orbit, collaborating with Kendrick Lamar on the classic To Pimp a Butterfly, directing and writing the Sundance-premiered comic horror hallucination “Kuso,” and producing much of Thundercat’s Drunk. He’s also nurtured his Brainfeeder imprint into one of the most consistently innovative record labels of the decade. 

Flamagra is a work that “sweeps up every quantum advance and creative leap of the last dozen years of Lotus’ career and takes them even further,” Warp explains. In addition to Anderson .Paak, it features (in order of appearance) George Clinton, Little Dragon, Tierra Whack, Denzel Curry, Shabazz Palaces, Thundercat, Toro y Moi, Solange, and more. David Lynch even pops up for an eerie narration wherein he warns that “Fire is Coming.” 

Flying Lotus has also announced he’ll be taking his 3D show back on the road through August and September. 

More information on the album can be found here ahead of its May 24 release date. Meanwhile, you can stream “More” in full via the player below, above the full list of North American tour dates. 

Flying Lotus, North America Tour Dates

05.11 Kern County, CA—Buena Vista Lake (Lightning in a Bottle)

08.09-11 San Francisco, CA—Outside Lands

08.10 Portland, OR—Roseland

08.11 Seattle, WA—Showbox Sodo

08.12 Boise, ID—Knitting Factory

08.14 Missoula, MT—The Wilma

08.15 Salt Lake City, UT—Union

08.16 Denver, CO—The Mission Ballroom

08.17 Taos, NM—Taos Vortex

08.18 Oklahoma City, OK—Tower Theatre

08.20 Minneapolis, MN—First Avenue

08.21 Madison, WI—The Sylvee

08.24 Detroit, MI—Royal Oak Music Theatre

08.25 Toronto, Ontario—Danforth Music Hall

08.26 Montreal, Quebec—Corona Theatre

08.27 Boston, MA—House of Blues

08.29 Philadelphia, PA—Franklin Music Hall

08.30 Brooklyn, NY—Brooklyn Mirage

08.31 North Adams, MA—MASS MoCa

09.02 Pittsburgh, PA—Stage AE

09.03 Columbus, OH—Express Live

09.04 Nashville, TN—Marathon Music Works

09.05 Cincinnati, OH—Madison Theater

09.06 Charlotte, NC—The Fillmore

09.07 Richmond, VA—The National

09.10 Raleigh, NC—The Ritz

09.11 Atlanta, GA—Variety Playhouse

09.12 New Orleans, LA—Joy Theater

09.13 Houston, TX—Warehouse Live

09.14 Austin, TX—Emo’s

09.15 Dallas, TX—South Side Ballroom

09.18 Phoenix, AZ—The Van Buren

09.19 San Diego, CA—House of Blues

09.20 Los Angeles, CA—The Novo