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Check out a new Ty Segall track, 'Ice Plant'

It's the latest preview of forthcoming album 'First Taste'.
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Published: 12:51 pm, July 24, 2019
Check out a new Ty Segall track, 'Ice Plant'

Ty Segall has delivered another preview of his forthcoming album 'First Taste'.

Titled 'Ice Plant', it's the third track to arrive from the record, following up on 'Taste' and 'Radio'.

Speaking about the track, Ty reveals: ""Ice Plant" is a fever dream reflection of my childhood. . . A past no more. Was very fun to sing with the amazing Shannon Lay. My neighborhood in Laguna Beach was and still is covered in Ice Plants and Eucalyptus trees that would fall on our family’s car and stain the paint job. One winter we tried to surf down the "Ice Plant" hills."

'First Taste' is set to arrive on 2nd August via Drag City. Ty Segall will follow it up with London shows at Oval Space between 11th and 13th October.

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