Ty Segall – Thank God for sinners (from the album Twins, Drag City)

A brilliantly fuzzy celebration of outcasts and hedonists the world over. A little bit garage-rock, a little bit glam, it could even be a love song to Segall’s hometown of San Francisco (if the reports we hear of that sensual paradise are true). He also sounds uncannily like Brett Anderson of Suede, but happily, the deep quake rumble of the bass, amid the other various delights of the arrangement, make that a footnote to something glorious.


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