Thundercat drops visuals for “Dragonball Durag”

Thundercat shares visuals for “Dragonball Durag”
Thundercat “Dragonball Durag”

Thundercat shares visuals for “Dragonball Durag”, the latest single from It Is What It Is, out April 3rd via Brainfeeder. Directed by Zack Fox, the new video features cameos from HAIM, Kali Uchis and comedian Quinta Brunson. On a sunny day in Los Angeles, Stephen Bruner finds the titular durag and puts it on, gaining the confidence of a true Super Saiyan. With this durag on, Thundercat hilariously unleashes his newfound mojo. His attempts to charm the ladies with song and dance never quite work, but it never dulls his spirit. The new video arrives just before Thundercat sets off on his 25-date tour of North America.

“The durag is a superpower, to turn your swag on… it does something, it changes you,” says Bruner. “If you have one in the wardrobe, think about wearing it tonight, and it may pop off because you never know what’s going to happen.”

Thundercat
It Is What It Is
Track Listing
Brainfeeder

1. Lost In Space / Great Scott / 22-26
2. Innerstellar Love
3. I Love Louis Cole (feat. Louis Cole)
4. Black Qualls (feat. Steve Lacy, Steve Arrington, & Childish Gambino)
5. Miguel’s Happy Dance
6. How Sway
7. Funny Thing
8. Overseas (feat. Zack Fox)
9. Dragonball Durag
10. How I Feel
11. King Of The Hill
12. Unrequited Love
13. Fair Chance (feat. Ty Dolla $ign & Lil B)
14. Existential Dread
15. It Is What It Is (feat. Pedro Martins

Thundercat
Live Dates

2/28 Vancouver, BC – Vogue Theatre – SOLD OUT
2/29 Portland, OR – PDX Jazz Festival – SOLD OUT
3/1 Seattle, WA – Showbox SoDo *
3/3 Arcata, CA – Van Duzer Theatre
3/4 Chico, CA – Senator Theatre *
3/6 Oakland, CA – Fox Theater *
3/7 Los Angeles, CA – The Wiltern *
3/8 Santa Ana, CA – The Observatory North Park *
3/10 Phoenix, AZ – The Van Buren *
3/12 Denver, CO – Ogden Theatre *
3/13 Omaha, NE – Slowdown *
3/14 Minneapolis, MN – The Fillmore *
3/15 Chicago, IL – Riviera Theatre *
3/17 Detroit, MI – Majestic Theatre ○
3/18 Toronto, ON – Queen Elizabeth Theatre ○
3/19 Montreal, QC – Corona Theatre – SOLD OUT ○
3/21 Boston, MA – House of Blues ○
3/22 Philadelphia, PA – The Fillmore ○
3/24 New York, NY – Webster Hall – SOLD OUT ○
3/25 New York, NY – Webster Hall – SOLD OUT ○
3/28 Silver Spring, MD – The Fillmore Silver Spring ○
3/29 Knoxville, TN – Big Ears Festival
3/31 Nashville, TN – Marathon Music Works ○
4/1 Asheville, NC – The Orange Peel ○
4/2 Atlanta, GA – Variety Playhouse ○

* Support from Guapdad 4000
Support from Teejayx6 ○

Europe

4/9 London, UK – Roundhouse
4/11 Manchester, UK – Academy
4/14 Amsterdam, NL – Paradiso
4/15 Paris, FR – Elysée Montmartre
4/17 Berlin, DE – Astra

Japan

4/21 Osaka, JP – Big Cat
4/22 Nagoya, JP – Club Quattro
4/23 Ebisu, JP – Yebisu Garden Hall