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Friday, September 30, 2011

Ty Segall Unveils Party-Hearty NSFW Video for "Goodbye Bread"

Posted By on Fri, Sep 30, 2011 at 11:42 AM

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And the latest artist to jump into the click-grabbing NSFW video club is S.F. rock prodigy Ty Segall, who released a fun little video for the title track off his latest album, Goodbye Bread. Playing entirely in slow-motion, the clip finds Segall at the very middle of one wild party. It's not quite as pornographic as some other NSFW videos we've seen, but yeah, you probably don't want to let your boss catch you watching it. If the coast is clear, click the jump to check it out.

Segall today also announced a new Singles 2007-2010 collection from Goner records, out Nov. 24. That's the tracklisting below.

01 Where We Go

02 It

03 Sweets

04 Son of Sam

05 Skin

06 Booksmarts

07 Ms. White

08 ... And Then Judy Walked In

09 Cents

10 No No

11 Standing at the Station

12 My Sunshine

13 Fuzzy Cat

14 Maria Stacks

15 Caesar

16 Bullet Proof Nothing (Simply Saucer cover)

17 Lovely One

18 Happy Creeps

19 Hey Big Mouth

20 Dating

21 So Alone

22 Shoot You in the Head

23 The Drag

24 Standing at the Station (demo)

25 I Think I've Had It

[Pitchfork]

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