According to Raina Douris of World Cafe on WXPN, "The most memorable live show I've seen was by The Flaming Lips. It was in June 2012… The week before, there was a shooting in one of Toronto's popular malls… The city was shaken. Despite this, thousands of people still gathered to watch The Flaming Lips play a free show, in the square right outside that same mall. What I witnessed was an explosion of color, confetti, music, love, life-affirming warmth and humanity — all of which served as a reminder that, while the world can be a scary, dark place, we still have each other." Now, Douris has an interview with the band's Wayne Coyne, who tells her about new LP American Head and the band's pandemic live performances. Enjoy it here.