King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard's 20th studio album, Omnium Gatherum, is this week’s PBS Feature Album. 


The title, singer/guitarist Stu Mackenzie says, is “literally Latin for ‘a collection of miscellaneous people or things’” – a fitting name for Gizzard’s first-ever double album, and their boldest, most ambitious, most far-reaching release yet.  

Conceived as a compendium of unreleased songs that had never found a home on previous Gizzard albums, the project snowballed, and soon the group were writing and recording new songs for the swiftly expanding album.

And while most King Gizzard albums are conceptual works, pursuing explicit themes and singular sounds, Omnium Gatherum is the sound of the group getting loose, running wild and following the muse wherever and whenever it takes them. “We decided, this is like our classic sprawling ‘double album’,” Mackenzie adds. “Our White Album, where anything goes.”

Tune in to PBS all this week to hear tracks from King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard's Omnium Gatherum, and PBS Members have the chance to win a copy of the album on vinyl. 

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Axel Boman - 'BHUKA feat. Kamohelo'


Ainslie Wills - 'Primal Animal (Reimagined)'


CLAMM - 'Bit Much'

CLAMM - Bit Much (official music video)


Lance Ferguson - 'Mango Meat'


Santi & Tuğçe - 'Zaman Zaman'


Florence + The Machine - 'Free'

Florence + The Machine - Free


Closet Yi - 'Revolver'


Beatnik Collective - 'B Section of Ayr'

Teether - 'one layer'

Teether - one layer (Official Video)


Audrey Powne - 'Ballad 4027'