Ty Segall announces album, ‘Three Bells’

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“My Room” is the third single from their upcoming album.

This 2024 will be a good year for fans of Ty Segallbecause the Californian musician will release his new album titled Three Bells. Just a few months away from launching Hello, Hi, the singer-songwriter collaborates again with Cooper Crain to produce a material of 15 songs, of which he has already shared three so far.

After releasing the singles “Void” and “Eggman”, Ty Segall come back with the topic “My Room“, he single most recent of this album that also features the participation of Denee Segallhis wife, as well as some members of Freedom Band.

Returning to the characteristic riffs of the singer-songwriter from “Every 1’s a Winner”, the melody comes with an official video clip in which we see Segall playing all the instruments of the song in a dark room and with a peculiar role of some bananas. You can play the video below:

In addition to releasing his album on January 26 through the label Drag City, the Laguna Beach native will embark on a North American tour starting in February. If you want to purchase it in physical format, you can now pre-order it through this link.

Here we leave you the tracklist of Three Bells:

  1. “The Bell”
  2. “Void”
  3. “I Hear”
  4. “Hi Dee Dee”
  5. “My Best Friend”
  6. “Reflections”
  7. “Move”
  8. “Eggman”
  9. “My Room”
  10. “Watcher”
  11. “Repetition”
  12. “To You”
  13. “Wait”
  14. “Denee”
  15. “What Can We Do”

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