King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard Songs Ranked

King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard is an Australian rock band formed in 2010 in Melbourne, Victoria. The band consists of Stu Mackenzie (vocals, guitar, bass, keyboards, flute), Ambrose Kenny-Smith (vocals, harmonica, keyboards), Cook Craig (guitar, bass, vocals), Joey Walker (guitar, bass, keyboards, vocals), Lucas Harwood (bass, keyboards), and Michael Cavanagh (drums, percussion). They are known for exploring many different genres, staging energetic live shows, and building a prolific discography, having released fifteen studio albums, two EPs, and four live albums since the band’s formation. Here are all of King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard songs ranked.

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20. Muckraker (12 Bar Bruise, 2012)

“Simply perfect – the bass riff during the verses, the guitar melody at the end, and the crisp vocals contribute to the perfect resolution of a masterpiece”

19. Sleep Drifter (Flying Microtonal Banana, 2017)

“This song hexed me for the first time I heard, intelligence it is. It was really brilliant how they compose this sing. Really scientific for a music I say.”

18. God is Calling Me Back Home ( Float Along – Fill Your Lungs, 2013)

“It always leaves you wanting more, you listen to it and it always leaves you wanting more. The lyrics are absolute pure genius.”

17. Am I in Heaven (I’m in Your Mind Fuzz, 2014)

“This is definitely their best song by far. The intro is probably the best intro ever. It is lesser known by many, and is completely underrated.

16. Cellophane (I’m in Your Mind Fuzz, 2014)

“This song first got me hooked on them. The intro is absolutely beautiful. The way that it builds up and sucks you in is stunning.”

15. Sense (Paper Mâché Dream Balloon, 2015)

“Brilliant song. Intelligent lyrics and amazing instrumental prowess. My favorite King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard song,”

14. Rattlesnake (Flying Microtonal Banana, 2017)

“This would be the best on the list. Just listen at the beginning, all the lyrics, the simplicity of the phrases… Even so it’s powerful.”

13. I’m In Your Mind (I’m In Your Mind, 2014)

“The lyrics, the riffs, and almost everything is just too unforgettable! Definitely the best song! The instrumentals most certainly make up for it.”

12. Float Along – Fill Your Lungs (Float Along – Fill Your Lungs, 2013)

“This song gives me goosebumps every time I hear it. The ultimate perfect song.  Amazing from the start all the way to the end.”

11. Crumbling Castle (Polygondwanaland, 2017)

“This song brings me so many great memories. I just simply love this song from the bottom of my heart. The best song from them. Pure genius.”

10. Hot Wax (Oddments, 2014)

“By far their best song! The lyrics are sexy and the beat is incredibly catchy and it’s an all around rockin fun song! It’s the first time I heard them so it’s special in that sense too.”

9. Robot Stop (Nonagon Infinity, 2016)

“Mind blowing energy from Nonagon’s opening track sets the pace for a wild ride – must listen to the album in its entirety as every song leads into the next but Robot Stop for me is the best of the bunch”

8. The Lord of Lightning (Murder of the Universe, 2017)

“This is the song that defined them, the standing platform of their success. If it wasn’t for this tune, nothing would be the same for the King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard.”

7. Big Fig Wasp (Nonagon Infinity, 2016)

“Nice tone and good lyrics to understand I absolutely love to sing along with this song and most importantly it has a good rhythm to bob my head to fast-paced”

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6. Real’s Not Real (Fishing for Fishies, 2019)

“Sheer coolness, awesome rhythm & lyrics. My favorite rock band’s one of the greatest tracks. I love it. The beginning of the song is the best, those strummed chords! The brilliant drum beat and lyrics too.”

5. Nuclear Fusion (Flying Microtonal Banana, 2017)

“Easily a signature song of the band, a classic. Reigns overall songs. This song is so upbeat! It makes you want to dance and sing along!”

4. Cold Cadaver (Paper Mâché Dream Balloon, 2015)

“This song speaks to me in a way that no other song can do, you can feel the messages of somber emotion and sadness reflect through this song. This is by far my favourite song of all time”

3. The River (Chunky Shrapnel, 2020)

“The lyrics to this song are easily the most meaningful and identifiable of any King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard song. The build-up to the end is simply stunning. My favorite song of all time.”

2. Gamma Knife (Nonagon Infinity, 2016)

“Wonderful lyrics and you can just really hear the emotion when they sings this one. Can’t believe how underrated this song is.”

1. Head On / Pill (Float Along – Fill Your Lungs, 2013)

“The lyrics of this song are poetic genius. it hits emotions that we all tend to avoid, and I think that’s why its made it this far.”