Ty Segall isn’t slowing down, he just needs a moment. It’s been eight months since the 26-year-old California garage rocker last released an album of new material, a mere calendar blip for most artists, but ages for Segall, who has put out more than a dozen LPs and many more EPs and singles since forming his first band in 2006. Last year, in what has become basically indie rock folklore, he released three albums with three different outfits -- "Slaughterhouse" by Ty Segall Band, "Hair" by Ty Segall & White Fence and "Twins" by Ty Segall.

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