Beyond the Void

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.


“My Room” features the fizzy, distorted sound of acoustic and electric guitars as Segall sings, “You are too nice/I’ll wait for your answer/Will you come?/I’ll leave my door unlocked for you,” before transitioning into the chorus: “Out there, I’m too dizzy/I’d rather be inside my room.” The video sees the singer perform on stage as he is pelted with bananas.

In August, the garage rocker released single “Void,” clocking in at nearly seven minutes, and the dates for his 2024 tour. Segall will play a handful of California shows next February before launching on a proper tour beginning on April 19 in Tucson, Arizona, with the trek ending May 11 in Sacramento.


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