Flying Lotus Shares New Video "Post Requisite"

Flying Lotus releases his first music video in two years as he tours his 3D show.

Flying Lotus has just released his first music video in two years as he tours his 3D show. The music is dreamy and chill, while the video flashes all manner of colorful and black and white surreal images across the scene.


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