A few days ago Coyne posted an image of a concert hall full of deflated bubbles on his Instagram. Now, in an interview with Brooklyn Vegan, he reveals that the Lips are indeed planning a series of fully bubbled concerts in their native Oklahoma City. “I mean, it seems absurd, but we at first were just doing it as not a joke, but just as a kind of funny thing, and now it’s becoming kind of serious and real,” Coyne tells BV. “We’re starting to get ready to do an actual show where yeah, there’s three people in each of these space bubbles, and we play… We think maybe playing two shows a night, and getting a big audience in there each time.”
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