This is not a drill, gizzheads. King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard have just chucked a mini-Beyoncé and released their new collaborative album with Mild High Club, Sketches Of Brunswick East, ahead of its expecting arrival date. And yep, you stream it right-the-fark-now.
The Melbourne psych-lords have slapped the 13-track LP, which features tracks such as ‘Cranes, Planes & Migraines’, ‘Dawn To Dusk On Lygon Street’ and ‘Sketches Of Bruswick East I, II & III’, up on streaming services today, despite the disc previously being slated for release on 25th August.
Granted, they did give us fair warning that they could drop the LP at any point.
The lads hilariously took to Facebook Live in the wee hours of this morning to play the new disc in its entirety to fans on their car stereo as well.
In other news from the Gizzverse, the band’s single vinyl pressing of their new LP — which they were auctioning off for charity on eBay — has sold overnight for a tidy $2,950.
It’s definitely a good day to be a King Gizzard fan.
Stream the band’s freshly minted new album, Sketches Of Brunswick East, below.