Australian psych weirdo’s King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard have announced that their third studio album of 2017 has been completed.

The septet are keeping busy this year, having already expanded their musical universe (dubbed the Gizzverse by fans) on February’s Flying Microtonal Banana and June’s Murder of the Universe. Now, it seems to be the case that the jazz/improv-leaning Sketches of Brunswick East (their 11th studio release) will drop any day now with no set release date.

Drummer Eric Moore and frontman Stu Mackenzie appeared to clarify this on Australian radio station Triple J, with Moore stating that “we’re just gonna drop it at any point. it’s just gonna come out, straight up.”

Furthermore, the band’s resident visuals expert Jason Galea is already hard at work on a promotional video for the record, for which the band teamed up with hypnotic one-man project Mild High Club.

Head over to Triple J for more news surrouding Gizz’s new album, as well as a potential collaboration with director Edgar Wright, the man behind Baby Driver. Stream Murder of the Universe below.