Ty Segall follows 2022’s acoustic introspection opus “Hello, Hi” with a deeper, wilder journey to the center of the self. With Three Bells, he’s created a set of his most ambitious, elastic songs, using his musical vocabulary with ever-increasing sophistication. It’s an obsessive quest for an expression that answers back to the riptide always pulling him subconsciously into the depths. Questions we all ask in our own private mirrors are faced down here—and regardless of what the mysterious “Three Bells” mean in the context of the album’s libretto, you can be assured that Ty’s ringing them for himself, and for the rest of us in turn.

It’s a growing up and out of your head parable, but the farther out you get, the farther in you go. The two-head-ed suggestion of 2012’s Twins has grown ever more complex, as the outside/inside world of perception dissolves into a greater world of the senses—all six or seven of them! Since Ty deals in sounds, Three Bells rings with them most of all: sounds signaling the next phase, ringing to keep you stuck, or to set you free, with guitars like voices, questioning and answering the others in their turn.

Since 2008, the singer/guitarist/puzzled panther we call Ty Segall has played out his hunger to be free over a dozen solo LPs and a series of other-named projects. In his music, freedom has taken the form of a rippling eclecticism in songs and production sounds, all of them conversing from album to album in a mad diversity of voices. Across the discograverse, 2014’s Manipulator and 2018’s Freedom’s Goblin precede Three Bells in double-album epicity, each unfurling its own multivarious tapestry in an atmosphere of gleeful octophenia, as Ty throws everything against the wall, delighting in how much he can stick there. With all fifteen songs brimming with perspectives, shape-shifting incessantly, not even waiting for a new song to work into the next idea, Three Bells steps into the shoes of both his previous doubles at the same time, designing finally to do the extended format justice.

The acoustic songs of “Hello, Hi” had been a blast of fresh air; wanting another hit of that sweet air, Ty recognized that his body was craving to play the drums. This was a key that let him into the album—the songwriting happening on both guitar and drums. As the songs emerged, Ty pushed them out farther and farther compositionally, challenging the way they’d be played, then playing much of Three Bells in conversation with himself—a decision that further elevates the album’s conception.

But you don’t get outside/inside all on your own—for Three Bells, Ty and Denée Segall collaborated on five of the songs. In Ty’s world, Denée forms the second self outside his self. And these selves radiate out into the world through other selves. Co-producer Cooper Crain, whose contributions to Harmonizer and “Hello, Hi” were deep, engineered and mixed most of the album, again bringing his individual vision into the process. Finally, some of the songs as written needed the kind of playing that Ty couldn’t get alone. On some numbers, Emmett Kelly’s bass parts not only addressed that need, but inspired the way the songs eventually went down. So it was when the Freedom Band was called in to play; their contributions transformed the material.

Three Bells kind of goes beyond songs. The fifteen of them work together as a mosaic, creating the larger work at the same time as they stand on their own. Composing the album as a piece, Ty formed certain chord shapes over and over again, making thematic material that each song moves through in its own way, building a claustrophobic/paranoia vibe, cycling bold thrusts forward into ego deaths, the one-step-forward, two-steps-back patterns framing an overriding ask: what we can do to get past the back-and-forth conversation, to arrive at a place of acceptance.

Three Bells takes Ty Segall’s trips so much deeper and farther than they’ve gone before—a masterpiece of personal expression, expressed through words, music and production, parabolically addressing malaise with compassion in a flowing, unstoppable hour-plus of intoxicating sound.

Tour Dates

Date Details Venue City With Tickets
04/17/24
@ Zebulon
Los Angeles, California
w/ Corey Madden (solo)
Zebulon
Los Angeles, California
Corey Madden (solo)
04/19/24
@ 191 Toole
Tucson, Arizona
w/ w/ Sharpie Smile
Tucson, Arizona
w/ Sharpie Smile
04/20/24
@ Sister Bar
Albuquerque, New Mexico
w/ EARLY SHOW
Albuquerque, New Mexico
EARLY SHOW
04/20/24
@ Sister Bar
Albuquerque, New Mexico
w/ LATE SHOW w/ Sharpie Smile
Albuquerque, New Mexico
LATE SHOW w/ Sharpie Smile
04/22/24
@ Mohawk
Austin, Texas
w/ w/ Sharpie Smile
Austin, Texas
w/ Sharpie Smile
04/23/24
@ Duling Hall
Jackson, Mississippi
w/ w/ Sharpie Smile
Jackson, Mississippi
w/ Sharpie Smile
04/24/24
@ Brooklyn Bowl
Nashville, Tennessee
w/ w/ Sharpie Smile
Brooklyn Bowl
Nashville, Tennessee
w/ Sharpie Smile
04/26/24
@ The Orange Peel
Asheville, North Carolina
w/ w/ Sharpie Smile
The Orange Peel
Asheville, North Carolina
w/ Sharpie Smile
04/27/24
@ Lincoln Theatre
Washington, DC
w/ w/ Sharpie Smile
Lincoln Theatre
Washington, DC
w/ Sharpie Smile
04/28/24
@ Union Transfer
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
w/ w/ Sharpie Smile
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
w/ Sharpie Smile
04/29/24
@ Webster Hall
New York, New York
w/ w/ Sharpie Smile
New York, New York
w/ Sharpie Smile
05/01/24
@ Royale
Boston, Massachusetts
w/ w/ Sharpie Smile
Boston, Massachusetts
w/ Sharpie Smile
05/02/24
@ Club Soda
Montreal, Quebec
w/ w/ Sharpie Smile
Montreal, Quebec
w/ Sharpie Smile
05/03/24
@ Danforth Music Hall
Toronto, Ontario
w/ w/ Sharpie Smile
Toronto, Ontario
w/ Sharpie Smile
05/05/24
@ Beachland Ballroom
Cleveland, Ohio
w/ w/ Sharpie Smile
Cleveland, Ohio
w/ Sharpie Smile
05/06/24
@ Thalia Hall
Chicago, Illinois
w/ w/ Sharpie Smile
Chicago, Illinois
w/ Sharpie Smile
05/07/24
@ The Waiting Room
Omaha, Nebraska
w/ w/ Sharpie Smile
Omaha, Nebraska
w/ Sharpie Smile
05/09/24
@ Gothic Theatre
Englewood, Colorado
w/ w/ Sharpie Smile
Englewood, Colorado
w/ Sharpie Smile
05/10/24
@ Kilby Block Party
Salt Lake City, Utah
Salt Lake City, Utah
05/11/24
@ Harlow’s
Sacramento, California
w/ w/ Sharpie Smile
Sacramento, California
w/ Sharpie Smile
06/17/24
@ Roxy
Prague
w/ w/ Earth Tongue
Roxy
Prague
w/ Earth Tongue
06/18/24
@ Mascotte
Zurich
w/ w/ Earth Tongue
Zurich
w/ Earth Tongue
06/20/24
@ Azkena Rock Festival
Vitoria-Gasteiz
Azkena Rock Festival
Vitoria-Gasteiz
06/21/24
@ La Sirene
La Rochelle
w/ w/ Earth Tongue
La Rochelle
w/ Earth Tongue
06/22/24
@ Elysée Montmartre
Paris
w/ w/ Earth Tongue
Elysée Montmartre
Paris
w/ Earth Tongue
06/24/24
@ New Century Hall
Machester
w/ w/ Earth Tongue
New Century Hall
Machester
w/ Earth Tongue
06/25/24
@ Button Factory
Dublin
w/ w/ Earth Tongue
Button Factory
Dublin
w/ Earth Tongue
06/27/24
@ QMU
Glasgow
w/ w/ Earth Tongue
QMU
Glasgow
w/ Earth Tongue
06/28/24
@ Roundhouse
London
w/ w/ Earth Tongue
Roundhouse
London
w/ Earth Tongue
06/29/24
@ The Crossing
Birmingham
w/ w/ Earth Tongue
The Crossing
Birmingham
w/ Earth Tongue
06/30/24
@ Bristol Sounds
Bristol
Bristol Sounds
Bristol
07/02/24
@ Aéronef
Lillie, France
w/ w/ Earth Tongue
Lillie, France
w/ Earth Tongue
07/03/24
@ Festsaal Kreuzberg
Berlin, Germany
w/ w/ Earth Tongue
Festsaal Kreuzberg
Berlin, Germany
w/ Earth Tongue
07/04/24
@ Vida Festival 2024
Vilanova i la Geltrú
Vida Festival 2024
Vilanova i la Geltrú
07/06/24
@ Sjock Festival
Gierle
Gierle
07/07/24
@ Down The Rabbit Hole Festival
Groene Heuvels, Beuningen
Groene Heuvels, Beuningen
07/27/24
@ Timber! Outdoor Music Festival at Tolt Macdonald Park
Seattle, Washington
Seattle, Washington
07/28/24
@ Star Theater
Portland, Oregon
Star Theater
Portland, Oregon
08/14/24
@ Paradiso
Amsterdam
w/ Solo Acoustic Set
Amsterdam
Solo Acoustic Set
08/15/24
@ Planten & Blomen
Hamburg
w/ Solo Acoustic Set
Hamburg
Solo Acoustic Set
08/17/24
@ Langs Akerselva Festival
Oslo
w/ Solo Acoustic Set
Oslo
Solo Acoustic Set
08/18/24
@ Slaktkyrkan
Stockholm
w/ Solo Acoustic Set
Slaktkyrkan
Stockholm
Solo Acoustic Set
08/19/24
@ Pumpehuset
Copenhagen
w/ Solo Acoustic Set
Copenhagen
Solo Acoustic Set
08/21/24
@ Panometer
Leipzig
w/ Solo Acoustic Set
Leipzig
Solo Acoustic Set
08/23/24
@ Hydrozagadka
Warsaw
w/ Solo Acoustic Set
Warsaw
Solo Acoustic Set
08/24/24
@ Kamienna 12
Krakow
w/ Solo Acoustic Set
Krakow
Solo Acoustic Set
08/25/24
@ Akvárium Club
Budapest, Hungary
w/ Solo Acoustic Set
Budapest, Hungary
Solo Acoustic Set
08/26/24
@ Wuk
Vienna, Austria
w/ Solo Acoustic Set
Wuk
Vienna, Austria
Solo Acoustic Set
08/28/24
@ Acieloaperto Festival
Cesena
w/ Solo Acoustic Set
Cesena
Solo Acoustic Set
08/29/24
@ Mojotic Festival
Sestri Levante
w/ Solo Acoustic Set
Sestri Levante
Solo Acoustic Set
08/30/24
@ Nox Orae Festival
La Tour de Peliz, CH
w/ Solo Acoustic Set
Nox Orae Festival
La Tour de Peliz, CH
Solo Acoustic Set
09/01/24
@ End of the Road Festival
Salisbury
w/ Solo Acoustic Set
Salisbury
Solo Acoustic Set
09/02/24
@ The Old Market
Brighton
w/ Solo Acoustic Set (Seated)
Brighton
Solo Acoustic Set (Seated)

News

Ty Segall, Among Others
Bandcamp

Were Ty Segall to start his entire career over again, he might not do it under the name Ty Segall.

It’s a bit late for that now, well over a decade since he emerged as the princeling of San Francisco’s garage rock revival. Back then, he was a college student in a city vibrating with the heady optimism of Obama’s first term, where you could still rent a house in the Mission with your friends and without being employed by Google. The goal was to be successful, not recognizable. Now, at least within the context of independent music, he is both. It has made him aware of recognition’s discontents, or at least how it can get in the way of being a regular person dealing with people in a regular way. And he is, he claims, a regular person in his mid-30s with a wife and daughter who just so happens to have a double-digit number of albums to his name.

ALBUM OF THE WEEK Ty Segall – Three Bells
Treble Zine

A new album from Ty Segall during any 12-month period once seemed like a certainty. The psych/garage singer/songwriter has probably forgotten about more songs he’s written than most of us could ever hope to commit to tape, and with a standard of quality that’s hovered reliably between kickass and raucously fun. He released 10 of his 15 studio albums in a seven-year stretch, making the most of a good idea before it goes stale, his most white-hot streak arriving in 2012 as the noise punk squall of Slaughterhouse, the lo-fi scratch of Hair and the garagey swagger of Twins all arrived within months of each other. By the time he’d let us hear what kind of new permutation of his fuzz-swathed psychedelic rock he’s been working on, the next two or three were likely already underway.

Ty Segall on Reaching Epic New Heights with Three Bells
Flood Magazine

The 15th solo album from the prolific songwriter is epic, indeed. Its sprawling 15-track mosaic includes plenty of recognizable chunks from Segall’s usual musical touchstones (guitar psychedelia, garage rock, early-’70s glam and prog) which he keeps finding arresting new ways to mix, match, and juxtapose. With the exception of the heavy-riffing “Move,” which was recorded with members of his Freedom Band, Segall plays drums on all of Three Bells’ tracks, a move which helps give the album its quirky sense of internal logic.

Album Review: Ty Segall Continues His Prolific Output With ‘Three Bells’
Medium

If you believe in everything having a natural ebb and flow, then you probably think that an artist’s creative output has at least one dud. Out of all the great things someone can do, there’s always an instance of something being mediocre or subpar. It’s part of the deal when it comes to forging an artistic endeavor, but there are outliers who counteract this particular notion. One of them is Ty Segall, who has put out a ton of music throughout his career as both a solo musician and in a variety of bands. I haven’t heard anything lacking in quality from the Los Angeles based dynamo since I became a fan of his over a decade ago and his 15th studio album Three Bells that came out via Drag City Records today (January 26) moves this trend forward.

Ty Segall Brings A Shaman Psych Force On Ambitious ‘Three Bells’ (ALBUM REVIEW)
Glide Magazine

Just when you thought you knew everything about the modern renaissance man Ty Segall, he released a new album. Segall’s imaginative world of psychedelic garage rock seems to make a hyperbolized impression of itself on Three Bells, the monstrous new LP. Imagine walking into a carnival on another planet, colors unrecognizable to the human eye dancing like LED lights in a blurry photo as Segall plays contortionist with his vocals for his most ambitious and satisfying album to date. Once you hit play, you have fully entered the world of Three Bells so make sure you are comfortable and prepare to be amazed by the sonic wizardry of Ty Segall.

Ty Segall’s ‘Three Bells’ Rings with Clarity
Exclaim

One of our most prolific and seemingly tireless songwriters, Ty Segall has never shied away from trying something new. On his latest album Three Bells, the Laguna Beach, California musician draws on some of his favourite, lasting influences — psych rock, folk, heavy metal — and twists them to produce one of his most conceptual and narratively clarified records.

Ty Segall Releases The Best Video of the Year
Culture Fiend

Kudos to Ty Segall, who won the internet today by releasing the video and tune “My Best Friend.”

Since 2008, Ty Segall has played out his hunger to be free through a dozen solo LPs, a variety of collaborative projects, and a rippling eclecticism of songs, sounds and production, all conversing from album to album in a mad diversity of voices. This search continues with Ty’s newest album, Three Bells, a fifteen song journey to the center of the self with Ty pushing the limits in his writing and performance, casting light on his inner psyche. Today, leading into the album’s January 26th release via Drag City, Ty welcomes the new year with “My Best Friend,” a new single and video and the final song to be released prior to the full unveiling of Three Bells. It follows the previously released Three Bells’ numbers: “Void,” “Eggman,” and “My Room.

12 New Songs Out Today
Brooklyn Vegan

Do you like dogs? So does Ty Segall and the video for his new single “My Best Friend” features his adorable dachshunds, Fanny and Herman. The song’s a keeper, too, and downright poppy. New album Three Bells is out January 26 via Drag City.

Opening Tracks
Indie Mixtape

This prolific garage-rocker is easy to take for granted. With the exception of Robert Pollard, nobody in indie rock puts out more music. At some point, it becomes impossible to keep up with the output, though Segall’s batting average for putting out quality material remains admirable. His next album, Three Bells, drops January 26.

Ty Segall – My Room
Guitar World

Taken from the prolific songwriter’s proggy new album Three Bells (due January 2024), My Room offers a sort of warped, spiritual counterpart to Brian Wilson’s ode to the comfort and safety of your inner sanctum.

Here Segall’s electric guitar is left knocking on the door of his room – an increasingly invasive presence that tries to pierce its way through as the time passes.

Ty Segall – “My Room”
Stereogum

Over the past few months, Ty Segall has released a couple singles — “Void” and “Eggman” — and today he’s announcing a new full-length album, which those two tracks will appear on, alongside today’s new song “My Room.”

Ty Segall Announces New Album, ‘Three Bells’
Spin

Ty Segall has a new album on the way. Titled Three Bells, Segall’s 13th overall studio release is out on Jan. 26, 2024 through longtime label Drag City. Latest single “My Room” is accompanied by a video from previous collaborator Matt Yoka, in which he performs on stage despite being pelted by bananas.

Three Bells will also include the prior singles “Eggman” and Void.” It was produced by Segall with Cooper Crain, who also engineered and mixed most of it. Additionally, Segall collaborated with his wife Denee on five tracks, on the heels of their work together on the 2023 album Surgery Channel. Overall, Three Bells is Segall’s first album under his own name since 2022’s acoustic Hello, Hi.

Ty Segall Announces ‘Three Bells’ Album, Peeks Outside ‘My Room’ Video
Rolling Stone

The singer will embark on a massive North American tour next year

After releasing Hello, Hi last year, and dropping his first feature film score (composed for Matt Yoka’s documentary, Whirlybird), Ty Segall is set to debut his next album, Three Bells, on Jan. 26, 2024. Alongside the announcement, the singer also shared the music video for new single “My Room.”

The upcoming album is being billed as “a deeper, wilder journey to the center of the self, with Ty using his musical vocabulary with ever-increasing sophistication,” and an “an obsessive quest for expression.” According to a press release, the LP will include 15 songs brimming with “perspectives, shape-shifting incessantly.” Ty and his wife Denée Segall have collaborated on five of the tracks, including the previously released single, “Eggman.” Emmett Kelly takes on bass while the remaining members of the Freedom Band were called in for the project, and Cooper Crain co-produced, per the release.

Ty Segall Announces ‘Three Bells’ Album, Peeks Outside ‘My Room’ Video
Rolling Stone

After releasing Hello, Hi last year, and dropping his first feature film score (composed for Matt Yoka’s documentary, Whirlybird), Ty Segall is set to debut his next album, Three Bells, on Jan. 26, 2024. Alongside the announcement, the singer also shared the music video for new single “My Room.”

The upcoming album is being billed as “a deeper, wilder journey to the center of the self, with Ty using his musical vocabulary with ever-increasing sophistication,” and an “an obsessive quest for expression.” According to a press release, the LP will include 15 songs brimming with “perspectives, shape-shifting incessantly.” Ty and his wife Denée Segall have collaborated on five of the tracks, including the previously released single, “Eggman.” Emmett Kelly takes on bass while the remaining members of the Freedom Band were called in for the project, and Cooper Crain co-produced, per the release.

Ty Segall announces new album, shares new song and video
The Fader

Ty Segall has announced a new studio LP titled Three Bells, due out January 26 via Drag City. The news comes with a song called “My Room” — the project’s third pre-release offering, according to its newly revealed tracklist — and a bare-bones music video co-directed by Segall and Matt Yoka.

“My Room” is a tightly coiled tune that maintains a low-flying tension throughout despite its easy-going groove. Clocking in at just over four minutes, it gives Segall plenty of time to settle into several pockets but reins in some of his jammier tendencies. In the video, he plays guitar, bass, and drums; dodges the bananas that are thrown at him with increasing velocity and frequency as the clip continues; and watches himself from a director’s chair, applauding whole-heartedly at the end.

Daily Dose: Ty Segall, “My Room”
Paste Magazine

The always-prolific Ty Segall has announced the dawn of a new era. His next record, Three Bells, will arrive January 26 via Drag City. In the previous months, Segall has unveiled singles like “Void” and “Eggman,” both psychedelic and fuzzed-out to oblivion. This time around, his official teaser single “My Room” cools it on the distortion and plays up the blistering rock tones he’s become known for. The track is melodic and impassioned, working its way through stone-cold rock riffs and searing melodies.

New Music: Ty Segall – “Eggman”
Stereogum

Last month, Ty Segall released a new single, “Void,” accompanied by the announcement of a North American tour that will kick off next year. Today, Segall is back with another track, “Eggman,’ which comes with a video of him trying to eat a whole lot of eggs.

Ty Segall – “Eggman”
Raven Sings the Blues

New singles continue to roll out of the Ty Segall camp, this time turning down the prog dial for something a bit more raw. On “Eggman” Ty lets acoustic strums bandy with redline squalls. The scorch and swelter take a break midway through as he lets the song unravel into a slow motion sweat that eventually collapses to the floor. The track comes accompanied with a video that finds Segall channeling his inner Cool Hand Luke, gulpin’ eggs with the best of them. Like the last, the new single comes unattached, but with the way the singles are gathering there’s likely an album about to tie them together. Nab the new one over at Drag City and check out the video above.

Ty Segall Releases New Single “Void,” Announces Tour
Paste Magazine

California singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Ty Segall is back with a brand new single today. “Void,” his first release of fresh music since his 2022 album “Hello, Hi,” is a psychedelic, kaleidoscopic rock track that centers Segall’s woozy vocal affectations and an intricate guitar part that is relentless in its loops and shimmers. The choral harmonies arrive with ample rewards, as the entire arrangement bleeds and morphs like a grand, hypnotic fusion of spectral, climaxing sonic DNA. It’s Ty Segall-core to the bone, and we’re obsessed.

New Music: Ty Segall – “Void”
Stereogum

Hey, Ty Segall released a seven-minute experimental prog-rock song! “Void,” released today to accompany Segall’s 2024(!) tour announcement, is a relative rarity within the veteran garage-rocker’s extensive catalog. It begins with an eerie, dissonant acoustic arpeggio and builds layers from there. It never really settles into the hard-charging take-no-prisoners mode I associate with Segall’s live show, but it eventually bottoms out into something like ominous classic rock, like a proto-metal version of late-period Beatles.

Live Review: Ty Segall @ Princess Theatre
The Music

“…Suddenly the scene bursts into action as the rest of the Freedom Band emerge amongst a dervish of roadies preparing the stage for the full-band assault, and there’s a sudden wall of noise as they unleash into the buzzsaw dirge of older track Wave Goodbye, the thick molten riffs getting heads up the front, banging in unison before dissolving into a lengthy wig-out. It’s immediately apparent that this is a far different beast to the Ty Segall of last visit, having evolved away from his garage-pop foundations into a more cosmic, jamming behemoth. He’s always given the vibe of not caring the slightest about anything but what he likes, so the shift works seamlessly. His bandmates are fully invested in the transformation and follow their leader into the fray with gleeful abandon”

Ty Segall: ‘Staring at myself in the mirror on the wall and being like ‘What the hell’s going on?’
Beat

“At age 35, Segall has released more records than most artists do in a lifetime. He has 14 studio albums to his name, not including the many side projects he’s a part of. 2012’s Slaughterhouse is a wildly noisy rock ‘n’ roll affair, while the next year’s Sleeper has him strumming an acoustic guitar. Some of the loudest music Segall has released has been with the band Fuzz, which has him behind the drum kit, the instrument he learnt before guitar.”

Ty Segall – “Hello, Hi”
Stereogum

‘Human psych-rock factory Ty Segall isn’t the type to sit still for long. Last summer, Segall released his surprise LP Harmonizer. Earlier this year, he followed that LP with his soundtrack for the documentary Whirlybird. And now Segall has announced plays to drop a whole new LP on the world this summer, and he’s shared its absolute rocker of a first single.’

Hear Ty Segall’s Thunderous New Song ‘Hello, Hi’
Spin

‘“Hello, Hi” is a thundering ruckus of electric sound. Alternating between his vulnerable pleas and bashing strums, Segall’s wish is simple: “I leave a gift and I want to cry / A box of wood and a curtain / I just want to say hi.”’

Ty Segall announces new album “Hello, Hi” and shares title track
Brooklyn Vegan

‘Ty Segall has announced his 14th solo album “Hello, Hi” that will be out July 22 via Drag City. After the synthesized gleam of Harmonizer, he’s going in a different direction this time: “Tossing down straight acoustic shots with electric guitar back, ‘Hello, Hi’ rides through the valley of yer ol’ Canyon legends, finding an isolated place to unspool Ty’s copious reserves of nervous energy beneath an open sky.’

Ty Segall – Harmonizer
Pitchfork

‘The album distinguishes itself from the Segall catalog with extra-punctuated parts that slam into the ears, a calculated continuity enhanced by tracks that transition seamlessly, and a bunch of laser sounds.’

Ty Segall, ‘Whisper’
NPR

‘On “Whisper,” Segall mangles synthesizers until they sizzle and melt down into guitar-like lava. Combining sludgy stoner metal, electronic textures and sugary-sweet harmonies, Segall basically remakes heavy music into his own funhouse image. At the end, “Whisper” suddenly lurches into a slower gear, heading off in another direction.’

Ty Segall Plans New York, Los Angeles Residencies
Rolling Stone

Ty Segall makes a lot of noise. Since 2008, the California garage-rocker has released nearly a dozen solo albums, plus quite a few collaborations, EPs, one-off singles and more. This summer and fall, Segall will explore his back catalog with a series of multi-night residencies in Los Angeles and New York at which he’ll perform several of his best-loved albums in full.

Ty Segall Announces Full Album Concert Residencies
Pitchfork

Ty Segall and his Freedom Band have announced a series of residencies in a few U.S. cities and across Europe. The concerts will feature Segall, alongside Mikal Cronin, Charles Moothart, Emmett Kelly, and Ben Boye, performing select albums from Segall’s discography, including 2010’s Melted, 2011’s Goodbye Bread, 2014’s Manipulator, and 2016’s Emotional Mugger in full on select nights.

Ty Segall Announces Residencies Featuring Full Album Renditions
Pollstar

Beginning July 26, Segall will perform at Los Angeles’ Teragram Ballroom for 10 consecutive Fridays. The first three he’ll play 2010’s Melted, the fourth and fifth he’ll play 2011’s Goodbye Bread, the sixth and seventh he’ll play 2016’s Emotional Mugger and the final three he’ll play 2014’s Manipulator.

In early October, Segall heads to Brooklyn’s Warsaw for five consecutive nights. He’ll play Melted on Oct. 1 and 2, Goodbye Bread on Oct. 3, Emotional Mugger on Oct. 4 and Manipulator on Oct. 5.Both American venues are familiar turf for Segall, who headlined the Teragram six times and Warsaw five times over 2017 and 2018.

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