The Flaming Lips Perform “There Should Be Unicorns” On Colbert

first_imgThe Flaming Lips popped into the The Late Show with Stephen Colbert last night to perform “There Should Be Unicorns” from their recently-released album Oczy Mlody. Never a stranger to the weird, frontman and rainbow-winged Wayne Coyne mounts a horned-unicorn alongside two horse wranglers dressed like astronauts in this performance. With psychedelic visuals, eccentric costumes, and strange music, The Flaming Lips have continued their quest to stay different – and for that, we are grateful.Watch the full performance below:last_img

VAR is a big mess every weekend, Man City boss Guardiola says

first_imgManchester City manager Pep Guardiola believes VAR is “a big mess” every weekend in the Premier League after watching his team defeat Sheffield United 2-0 on Sunday. After a subdued first-half performance, Guardiola’s side opened the scoring in controversial fashion as Sergio Aguero found the back of the net following some interference in build-up play from referee Chris Kavanagh. “I’ve been to see the referee and he has been honest about it. We make mistakes and I believe he made one, too,” he said. “It happened that quick and I thought he could have been helped by his colleagues a little bit.”We talk about the new rule where if the referee touches ball then he has to blow up, so surely if he is in the way and hinders us then he makes a sensible decision.”If he [had] made the sensible decision, then I don’t think no one in the ground would have said anything about it.” The goal was allowed to stand despite Sheffield’s protests and the Manchester City boss himself seemed to suggest his team benefitted from the inconsistent use of VAR.”I said many times I have a huge list for VAR. Every weekend is a big mess,” Guardiola told Sky Sports postmatch. “In other games it was a big mess. Hopefully next season it can do better.”A second goal from Kevin De Bruyne in the 82nd minute wrapped up the win for City, with the three points leaving them 14 points behind league leaders Liverpool, who beat Wolverhampton 1-0 earlier in the day. Sheffield were themselves denied the opening goal on Sunday after VAR adjudged Lys Mousset to be offside, with Blades coach Chris Wilder feeling his side have been regularly hard done by this season. “Yet again we had another goal disallowed by VAR, that’s about eight or nine over the weekend, this is not a situation helping the game and the small margins,” Wilder told BBC Sport. “But I will leave that for everyone else to talk about because I have said too much about it.”Sheffield have had five goals ruled out by VAR in the Premier League this season, more than any other side in the competition. On City’s opener, Wilder added that he’s adamant a mistake was made and that the referee should have made the “sensible decision” to disallow the goal. last_img read more