As a culmination of the four releases from yesterday, Flying Lotus released another track with the title, “You’re Dead! THUNDERDETH LOTUS – North Star3.” The song features all of the guest artists featured yesterday—Miguel Atwood-Fergueson, Thundercat and Brendon Small—and is a brooding and cascading song. You can take a listen below, and keep your eyes peeled for new work from Flying Lotus on the way! The release of “Twin Peaks” seemingly kicked off a flood of new songs from Flying Lotus, as it was shortly followed by “Night Grows Pale.” This second track revolves around a sample of Freddie Mercury’s vocals from Queen’s “White Queen (As It Began)” off of Queen II. The ethereal and dreamy track can be heard below.Yesterday, FlyLo dropped four new songs. First, he released a new track called “Crowned” from his animated rapper alter-ego Captain Murphy, a character created for his 2012 mixtape Duality. He also released two different versions of his theme for the film LoveTrue, which is now available on Netflix—both versions feature Miguel Atwood-Fergueson. Finally, the producer released a heavy-metal collaboration with Thundercat and Brendon Small from Dethklok. You can listen to these newest songs below. The experimental Los Angeles-based producer Flying Lotus has certainly been on a music kick, dropping seven new tracks over the past three days, marking his first releases to his Soundcloud in over a year since March of 2016. Over the past few months, the Brainfeeder founder has been focusing on film—in January, he made his directorial debut with the horror film, Kuso. While FlyLo collaborated with Thundercat on Drunk, Flying Lotus hasn’t released an album since 2014 with the release of You’re Dead!, so perhaps these new batches of songs are hinting at new music in the works.Thundercat Releases New Album “Drunk” Featuring Flying Lotus, Kendrick Lamar, & MoreThe first track was a remix of the Twin Peaks theme, the 90’s cult classic by David Lynch which will see its comeback on Showtime later in the week. The remix had been debuted live at Upstream Music Fest in Seattle over the weekend, though FlyLo released the studio version a few days later via Soundcloud, which you can hear below.