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April 26, 2019

'Monolith of Phobos' is just how the title implies--an old-school approach to a psychedelic space rock record.

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Don't Miss the Unique Sounds of The Claypool Lennon Delirium

Musical duo comprising of Sean Lennon and Les Claypool have come together once again. But this time, for a fully-fledged American tour, hitting 14 venues!

Claypool is most known for his time in the rock band Primus as the bassist. The musician has also self-produced and engineered his solo projects from his personal music studio. Sean Lennon is the son of two of the most well-known names on the planet, Yoko Ono and John Lennon, the musician has released two solo albums of his own.

Last Fall, the duo put out their second collaborative album 'South of Reality' which they wrote and recorded over a 2 month period.

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Performance date: 26 April 2019

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