Ty Segall & Freedom Band traveled to Brooklyn Steel in New York on Saturday as part of the band’s ongoing world tour. The weekend concert saw the indie-underground multi-instrumentalist bandleader offer a preview of his upcoming album “Hello, Hi”, out on July 22nd.

Shows on the North American leg of Segall’s tour—which began on June 14th in Tuscon, AZ and made its way eastward—have consistently begun with a brief acoustic interlude from Ty solo. Much of the show focused on Segall’s 2021 synth-heavy quarantine album, Harmonizer, while also dropping some breadcrumbs for “Hello, Hi” including the latest single, “Saturday Pt. 2“.

Freedom Band sees Segall play alongside new keyboardist Ben Boye, as well as bassist Mikal Cronin, drummer Charles Moothart, and guitarist Emmett Kelly. Moothart and Segall were in Brooklyn back in April for a show with their stoner metal trio FUZZ, however, Brooklyn Vegan notes that this was Ty’s first New York show with Freedom Band since the group’s appearance at Bowery Ballroom in October of 2019. Back then, Shannon Lay was a member of Freedom Band but has since broken out as a solo artist, opening the first 11 shows of the tour’s North American leg.

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Scroll down to check out a gallery of images from Ty Segall & Freedom Band at Brooklyn Steel courtesy of photographer Andrew Blackstein. “Hello, Hi” is available here for pre-order. The tour’s next stop is at Royale in Boston, MA tonight, June 27th.

Setlist: P Squared via Brooklyn Vegan