Psych-rock hero, Ty Segall, has released a new music video for the song ‘Feel Good’, taken from his new album, Harmonizer. Released through Drag City, the fuzzy, raucous track features lyrics and vocals from his wife and frequent collaborator, Denée Segall. The new video features the couple getting up to shenanigans one night in California and has a hazy, almost filthy 1970s feel. It was produced and directed by Joshua Erkman.
Denée Segall explained in a statement: “‘Feel Good’ is about allowing oneself to be confident and unrestrained in regard to whatever makes them feel good, be it emotionally, physically, or beyond.”
She continued. “It’s also about extending this sentiment to another who might desire this same sort of freedom, but needs a little encouragement. It’s an ode to the joy that comes from loving and supporting one another unconditionally.”
Earlier this month, Ty Segall announced and shared Harmonizer with the world. The shock announcement was met with great excitement as it was his first in two years. The follow up to 2019’s Pig Man Lives: Volume 1, was met with love from fans and critics alike.
Co-produced by Cooper Crain, the ten-track body of work features contributions from the Freedom Band – Segall’s regular supporting group and of course, Denée Segall, who appears on two tracks. The album is also the first release from his own Harmonizer Studios. Apart from Pig Man Lives: Volume 1, in 2020 Segall and Lightning Bolt’s Brian Chippendale, released the album Fungus II, under the moniker Wasted Shirt.
In what is scheduled to be a busy time for Ty, he and the Freedom Band are set to perform at Chicago’s Pitchfork Music Festival on September 11th. This will be followed by a lengthy US tour in the fall, running into next year.
Watch the video for ‘Feel Good’, below.