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Flaming Lips singer to host NPR show

Flaming Lips frontman Layne Coyne will appear Feb. 26 on NPR's "This I Believe" series, a program included in the station's "Morning Edition" broadcast.

"This I Believe" focuses on the keys of happiness in life, as explained by celebrities and everyday people alike, including more noteable appearances by Colin Powell, Bill Gates, Tony Hawk, Gloria Steinem, John Updike.

According to Pitchfork Media, Coyne will discuss how an 11-year long fish frying venture encouraged him to become a musician.

The Flaming Lips will be touring in Southeastern U.S. starting this April, in addition to appearing at this year's Bonnaroo Festival in June.