Ty Segall Gathers Non-LP Tracks for '$ingle$ 2' Comp

Ty Segall Gathers Non-LP Tracks for '$ingle$ 2' Comp
Just in case Ty Segall's steady string of albums wasn't already enough to keep fans satisfied, the prolific garage rocker is capping off 2014 with a compilation of non-LP singles. $ingle$ 2 will be out on November 18 through Drag City.

As the titles indicates, this is the follow-up to 2011's Singles 2007-2010. This time around, it covers the years 2011 through 2013, bringing together no-longer-in-print singles that, according to a press release, add up to a cohesive album. This was the era when the songwriter released the albums Goodbye Bread, Twins and Sleeper, plus the Ty Segall Band LP Slaughterhouse and the White Fence team-up Hair.

The comp includes covers of the Velvet Underground (with what is described as a "complete retooling of "Femme Fatale"), the Groundhogs and GG Allin.

Many of the singles originally came out on Drag City, but there are also tracks released by labels like Permanent, Castle Face and Famous Class. See the tracklist below.

This comp follows Manipulator, which came out back in August.

$ingle$ 2:

1. Spiders
2. Hand Glams
3. Cherry Red
4. Falling Hair
5. Children of Paul
6. It's a Problem
7. Mother Lemonade
8. For Those Who Weep
9. Fucked Up Motherfucker
10. Femme Fatale
11. Music for a Film
12. Pettin the Dog

Tour dates:

11/04 Hamburg, Germany - Knust
11/05 Dresden, Germany - Beat Pol
11/06 Berlin, Germany - Astra Kulturhaus
  11/07 Copenhagen, Denmark - Pumpehuset
11/08 Stockholm, Sweden - Kägelbanan
11/10 Manchester, England - Gorilla
11/11 Leeds, England - Brudenell Social Club
11/12 London, England - Electric Ballroom
12/11 Perth, Australia - The Bakery
12/13 Meredith, Australia - Meredith Festival
12/14 Melbourne, Australia - Corner Hotel
12/15 Melbourne, Australia - Corner Hotel
12/17 Sydney, Australia - Oxford Art Factory
12/18 Sydney, Australia - Oxford Art Factory
12/19 Brisbane, Australia - The Zoo
12/20 Byron Bay, Australia - The Northern
01/30 San Francisco, CA - Great American Music Hall