Ty Segall has shared this somewhat gory 14-minute video comprising different pieces of music from his latest album, Emotional Mugger.
The video features a composite of the album's songs, which were remixed by producer F. Bermudez.
In the vid, Segall wanders Los Angeles, witnessing policy brutality and encountering a prostitute before winding up on the beach, his face decayed by all his activity.
The video was directed by Matt Yoka, who spoke about it in a statement to Indiewire:
The Mugger video is a reflection on Los Angeles (and in general, urban plight and anxiety). Ty and I are big fans of practical/in-camera gore and effects, so this was an opportunity to experiment with those traditions. It's just important for me to use those effects as commentary (in the vein of Terry Gilliam and David Cronenberg). One thing I think is cool about the video, is that Ty and (the album's producer) F. Bermudez remixed the album specifically for the video ... unlike most music videos, when you watch Emotional Mugger you are getting to hear different versions/interpretations of the music - so watching this video is not really about hearing music from the album as it's getting another experience from the Emotional Mugger dimension.