Since their debut in 1983, The Flaming Lips have been a constant staple in the world of music. With a career spanning over 30 years, releasing new albums every few years, and having their hands in a multitude of side projects, collaborations with other artists, and performing as headliners in summer music festivals, The Flaming Lips have never not been relevant. Now, with their fourteenth studio album, Oczy Mlody, The Flaming Lips settle into a newer ambient style, one they experimented with on their last studio album, The Terror. “Oczy Mlody” is a phrase borrowed from Polish and translates to “eyes of the young.” The album features a psychedelic sound married with a childlike sense of wonder, with songs like “There Should Be Unicorns” and “One Night While Hunting For Faeries and Witches and Wizards to Kill. (Think: Lisa Frank meets Alice in Wonderland, aesthetically.) Featured Music Friday is brought to you by Blackfire Research.