Listen to The Flaming Lips' New Song 'We a Famly' Feat. Miley Cyrus

Listen to The Flaming Lips' New Song 'We a Famly' Feat. Miley Cyrus

The track, which is a part of the rock band's upcoming album 'Oczy Mlody', was originally meant for Miley's 'Dead Petz' album.
The Flaming Lips releases a new song featuring Miley Cyrus called "We a Famly". The track, which will be featured in the rock band's upcoming album "Oczy Mlody", was originally meant for "Miley Cyrus and Her Dead Petz" album.

"It's been a long cold winter/ Feels like it's been forever, yeah/ We both traveled," Wayne Coyne sings, "I'm somewhere south of Wichita/ You're somewhere up there under the moon." Miley, her voice tweaked by AutoTune, shows up halfway through to repeat Wayne's first verse as their voices join to sing, "You and me, you and me/ we a famly."

The Flaming Lips says in a statement, "At first this song was intended to be part of the Miley Cyrus and Her Dead Petz record. Then we (her and us) lost interest in it. It was, back then, very slow and serious. But after speeding it up (a lot) and adding the galloping 'We A Famly' sing-a-long bit we thought it was dorky enough and fun enough to present to the world. And we (Cyrus and us) really do say to each other, all the time, 'We A Famly.' "

"Oczy Mlody", featuring 12 tracks including "How??", "Sunrise (Eyes of the Young)" and "The Castle", is set to hit the stores on January 13.

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