Eels Share “Today Is the Day” Video Starring Mike Mitchell (Randy on Netflix’s “Love”)

The Deconstruction Due Out April 6 via E Works/PIAS

Feb 21, 2018
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Eels (the project of Mark Oliver Everett) are releasing a new album, The Deconstruction, on April 6 via E Works/PIAS. Previously Everett shared its title track, "The Deconstruction," as well as the upbeat "Today Is the Day." Now "Today Is the Day" has a video. Gus Black directed the sweet video, which stars Mike Mitchell, who plays Randy on the Netflix comedy Love (which makes sense since Everett is also sometimes on that show). Mitchell sings and dances to the song on a suburban street while clutching a bouquet of flowers. Everett cameos as someone less happy. Watch it below, followed by Eels' upcoming tour dates.

Everett had this to say about the album in a previous press release: "Here are 15 new Eels tracks that may or may not inspire, rock, or not rock you. The world is going nuts. But if you look for it, there is still great beauty to be found. Sometimes you don't even have to look for it. Other times you have to try to make it yourself. And then there are times you have to tear something apart to find something beautiful inside."

Eels Tour Dates:

May 28-Pomona, CA-The Glass House* 
May 30-Los Angeles, CA-Fonda Theatre 
May 31-San Francisco, CA-The Fillmore
June 1-Portland, OR-Crystal Ballroom 
June 2-Seattle, WA-The Showbox 
June 5-Minneapolis, MN-First Avenue 
June 6-Chicago, IL-Thalia Hall 
June 8-Boston, MA-House of Blues 
June 9-Brooklyn, NY-Brooklyn Steel 
June 10-Philadelphia, PA-Union Transfer 
June 11-Washington, DC-Lincoln Theatre 
June 17-Mannheim, Germany-Maifeld Derby Festival 
June 18-Utrecht, Netherlands-Tivoli Vredenburg 
June 23-Cesena, Italy- Acieloaperto - Rocca Malatestiana 
June 25-Munich, Germany-TonHalle 
June 28-Berlin, Germany-Tempodrom 
June 29-Hamburg, Germany-Grosse Freiheit 
July 2-London, UK-O2 Academy Brixton 
July 3-Manchester, UK-Manchester Academy 
July 4-Glasgow, UK-O2 Academy 
July 6-Dublin, Ireland-Iveagh Gardens 
July 8-Werchter, Belgium-Rock Werchter 
July 9-Paris, France-Olympia 
July 13-Lisbon, Portugal-NOS Alive Festival 
July 16-Feldkirch, Austria-Poolbar Festival
July 17-Vienna, Austria-Arena 
July 20-Lucerne, Switzerland-KKL Blue Balls Festival 
* warm up show

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