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King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard Goes From Flutes to Funk in ‘Astroturf’ Video

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King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard has yet to play any songs live from its 2022 album Changes, but a new video for the supremely funky song “Astroturf” gives fans a glimpse at what to expect. In the Jason Galea-shot clip, the group’s six members are augmented by Smarts saxophonist Stella Rennex as they continually switch from instrument to instrument while translating the track’s jam-packed sound in their Australian studio.

The video also includes footage of band members goofing off during downtime in New Orleans, including frontman Stu Mackenzie having a tarot card reading on the street and keyboardist Ambrose Kenny-Smith balancing a parrot on each shoulder.

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Bassist Lucas Harwood admitted to SPIN last month that although he didn’t play the smile-inducing bass solo on the recorded version of “Astroturf,” he’s spent hours at home learning it ahead of hopeful live performances on Gizzard’s 2023 world tour.

Changes is funny…



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