Toro y Moi – “Déjà Vu” [Video]

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Toro y Moi, a.k.a Chaz Bear shares another offering from his forthcoming album MAHAL, due April 29th via Dead Oceans. “Déjà Vu” arrives with a Justin Morris-directed video that begins with the viewer entering a white stretch limousine that acts as a portal to dreamlike vignettes of Bear, culminating in a montage of him traveling across America. Speaking about the video, Bear shares, “I hope you enjoy this small slice of American pie that I have prepared for you.”

“Déjà Vu” follows the previously released singles “The Loop” and “Postman,” both of which arrived with videos directed by Kid. Studio, and the Arlington Lowell-directed video for “Magazine” featuring Salami Rose Joe Louis.

After playing a string of dates with Khruangbin this April and May, Toro y Moi will perform at Electric Forest Festival in Rothbury, Michigan this June along with Pitchfork Music Festival in Chicago and Capitol Hill Block Party in Seattle this July. Toro y Moi is also set to host a Big Sur camping weekend at Fernwood Resort on September 23rd and 24th with support from Drugdealer, Salami Rose Joe Louis, Sound Bath with Secular Sabbath and DJs TBA. See full live dates below.

You can order the album HERE.

*= w/ Khruangbin
^ = support from Uffie

4/29 – Cincinatti, OH @ Brady Music Center*
4/30 – Asheville, NC @ Asheville Civic Center*
05/1 – Columbia, SC @ The Senate
5/3 – Charlotte, NC @ Charlotte Metro Credit Union Amphitheatre*
5/4 – Richmond, VA @ Virginia Credit Union LIVE!*
5/5 – Charleston, SC @ Firefly Distillery*
5/7 – Miami, FL @ The Fillmore Miami Beach* [SOLD OUT]
5/8 – Miami, FL @ The Fillmore Miami Beach* [SOLD OUT]
5/10 – New Orleans, LA @ The Republic NOLA^
5/11 – Houston, TX @ 713 Music Hall* [SOLD OUT]
6/23 – 6/26 – Rothbury, MI @ Electric Forest Festival
7/17 – Chicago, IL @ Pitchfork Music Festival
7/23 – Seattle, WA @ Capitol Hill Block Party
9/23 + 9/24 – Big Sur, CA @ Fernwood Resort [SOLD OUT]

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