Ty Segall is nothing if not prolific. He only just released his second self-titled LP last month, and has a huge tour of America lined up for the coming months.
Now, less than a day or so after he performed a storming version of ‘Break A Guitar’ on ‘Seth Myers’ (complete with epic cape), he’s announced plans for a brand new EP as well. ‘Sentimental Goblin’ will be out on 17th March through Suicide Squeeze, and will be limited to a tiny 1000 vinyl copies.
Ty has also shared the EP’s opening track, ‘Pan’. It’s a sludgy yet psychedelic track filled with bone-crunching riffs. On it, Ty seems filled with regret as he sings “please forgive me/ I don’t want to fly no more.”
Have a listen to ‘Pan’ below.
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It’s not Ty’s version of the song - it’s him exploring the collective psyche of each track and re-assembling them.
There’s much to savour here, and plenty to pass on as well.
Identity firmly cemented, now Ty’s just having fun within it.