Miley Cyrus to help The Flaming Lips cover iconic Beatles album.

Posted on 19 March 2014
By Ashleigh Panther
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Stone Roses cover stars The Flaming Lips are set to team up with the likes of Miley Cyrus to create a cover album of The Beatles’ famous Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band.

The band have been in talks with artists like Miley and MGMT to help them recreate the famous album after the success of their cover of the Stone Roses debut album which they named ‘The Time Has Come to Shoot You Down.’

The band were very proud about teaming up with Ke$ha late on last year to record a cover of “Elizabeth My Dear.”

Although the song made it onto the finished album, Ke$ha appears to be uncredited for reasons still unknown. Which left Wayne Coyne taking to Twitter announcing, “As of now . . . sadly there will be no Lip$ha . . . I can’t say why . . . It is sad . . .”

The partnership between Miley and the band are well underway with the two already performing together out of the studio.

The band joined Miley Cyrus on stage for a performance on her Bangerz tour in order to sing a rendition of “Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots (Part 1).”

They were afterwards pelted with bras from female fans in the audience.

The news about the album was released last Friday by lead vocalist Wayne, when he posted a heavily edited picture of Miley Cyrus in an Oklahoma recording studio with the caption ‘If you’re a Beatles and John Lennon freak you gonna love love love this track!!”

This lead to a rage of comments on the image including ‘If you love The Beatles you’re gonna want to put a gun in your mouth.’

There isn’t a release date for the track but you can be sure that with the reputation of Miley Cyrus, it will not take long for the track to take over the internet world not long after its release.