S.F. rocker Ty Segall is blowing up.
Only days ago, Segall brought his facemelting live show to Treasure Island Music Festival, and put on one of the best sets of the weekend. Yesterday, SPIN issued a long, enthusiastic cover story on the SoCal native. And last night, Segall and his band -- which includes former SF Weekly music intern Emily Rose Epstein on the drums -- made their television debut on Conan.
They showed off "Thank God For the Sinners," a highlight off Segall's latest album, Twins, which saw release last week. Twins is, of course, only the third album Segall's released this year, after Slaughterhouse -- which he recorded with his live band -- and Hair, which was recorded with L.A.'s White Fence.
Thankfully, Segall and Co. brought all their feedback and all their energy to Conan's stage, and sounded excellent. Check out the clip: