Flight of the Conchords Announce Second Season, Prep Full-Length

Flight of the Conchords Announce Second Season, Prep Full-Length
For all the Flight of the Conchords fans out there fearing the comedy series wouldn’t live past season one, rest easy — Bret and Jemaine have announced they are fast at work on a second season. Via their MySpace page, New Zealand’s "fourth most popular digi-folk paradists” said they are currently in the midst of writing a follow-up season, which is scheduled to air in January 2009 on HBO.

Here are excerpts from the Flight of the Conchords’ announcement, in which "All of you” means us, and "Us” means Flight of the Conchords:

All of you: Flight of the Conchords, will there be a season two?

Us: How did you find us here?

All of you: If there is a second season at all, when will it air?

Us: Please, how did you find us here? How did you rally together like this?

All of you: Answer the question.

Us: Yes we are working on season two of the show, it looks like it will air in January of next year.

All of you: How’s the writing of your show going?

Us: Please, stop asking us these questions, we’re trying to write. Back away! There are too many of you.

All of you: There’s only two of us.

Us: Still... It’s too many!

And while January 2009 may seem like a long time to wait for Flight of the Conchords to get back on the air, the Grammy-winning duo will be dropping their new self-titled full-length via Sub Pop on April 22. Produced by Mickey Petralia (Beck’s Midnight Vultures, Ladytron’s Light & Sound), the "fully fleshed-out and professionally recorded” album features many of the hits from season one of the TV series, as well as some old concert favourites.

Here’s the tracklisting:

1 Foux du Fafa
2 Inner City Pressure
3 Hiphopopotamus vs Rhymenoceros
4 Think About It
5 Ladies of the World
6 Mutha'uckas
7 The Prince of Parties
8 Leggy Blonde
9 Robots
10 Boom
11 A Kiss Is Not a Contract
12 The Most Beautiful Girl (In the Room)
13 Business Time
14 Bowie
15 Au Revoir

Flight of the Conchords "Hiphopopotamus vs Rhymenoceros”