FUZZ Announce New Album III, Share Lead Single “Returning”: Stream

Plus, they're going on tour in 2021

FUZZ III new album stream Returning new music, photo by Denee Segall
FUZZ, photo by Denee Segall

    FUZZ are back and they’re ready to blow out your speakers. Ty Segall’s beloved garage rock trio have announced a new album as well as a lengthy tour that extends through next year. They will be touring in support of the new record, III, which is due out October 23rd via In the Red Recordings.

    This is the first new album FUZZ have released in five years and serves as the follow-up to their 2015 full-length II. As such, this eight-track album sees Segall on drums, Charles Moothart on guitar, and Chad Ubovich on bass performing raw, headbang-worthy songs. Best of all, they’ve linked up with Steve Albini, who serves as the album’s producer and mixer.

    FUZZ are celebrating the news with “Returning”, the lead single and “mission statement” of the album. The song meditates on the power of solitude, individuality, and perspective while simultaneously ripping apart at the seams with straight-up rock. It’s the exact type of return you would hope for when it comes to FUZZ. Stream it below.


    At the start of this year, FUZZ planned to embark on a lengthy tour, but that was quickly snuffed out due to the coronavirus pandemic. Now, the trio have officially rescheduled a new string of tour dates in its place. Following a Los Angeles residency at the Teragram Ballroom this December, FUZZ will spend the first three months of 2021 playing everywhere from New York City, Seattle, and Chicago to London, Barcelona, and Paris. Check out the full list of tour dates after the jump, and get tickets here.

    III Artwork:

    II by FUZZ album artwork cover art

    III Tracklist: 
    01. Returning
    02. Nothing People
    03. Spit
    04. Time Collapse
    05. Mirror
    06. Close Your Eyes
    07. Blind to Vines
    08. End Returning

    FUZZ 2020-2021 Tour Dates:
    12/03 — Los Angeles, CA @ Telegram Ballroom
    12/04 — Los Angeles, CA @ Telegram Ballroom
    12/05 — Los Angeles, CA @ Telegram Ballroom
    01/22-23 — San Francisco, CA @ Great American Music Hall
    01/25 — Portland, OR @ Crystal Ballroom
    01/26 — Vancouver, BC @ Rickshaw Theatre
    01/27 — Seattle, WA @ Neptune Theatre
    01/29 — Sacramento, CA @ Harlow’s
    01/30 — Felton, CA @ Felton Music Hall
    02/04 — Chicago, IL @ Thalia Hall
    02/05 — Cleveland, OH @ Beachland Ballroom
    02/06 — Toronto, ON @ Danforth Music Hall
    02/07 — Montreal, QC @ La Tulipe
    02/08 — Cambridge, MA @ The Sinclair
    02/10 — New York City, NY @ Music Hall of Williamsburg
    02/11 — New York City, NY @ Bowery Ballroom
    02/12 — Baltimore, MD @ OttoBar
    02/13 — Philadelphia, PA @ Underground Arts
    02/14 — Pittsburgh, PA @ Mr. Smalls Theatre
    03/13 — Istanbul, TR @ Zorlu Art Center
    03/16 — Nimes, FR @ Paloma
    03/17 — Barcelona, ES @ Upload
    03/18 — Madrid, ES @ BUT
    03/20 — Bilbao, ES @ Santana 27
    03/22 — Biarritz, FR @ Atabal
    03/24 — Paris, FR @ Trabendo
    03/25 — Lille, FR @ Aeronef
    03/26 — Koln, DE @ Gebaude 9
    03/27 — Berlin, DE @ Columbian Theater
    03/30 — Manchester, UK @ Gorilla
    03/31 — London, UK @ Electric Ballroom