Toro y Moi revived the spirit of disco through his Outer Peace album, but he's far from finished with spreading the good vibes. After surprise dropping the Soul Trash mixtape a few weeks ago, the producer now shares a visual for his single "Ordinary Pleasure."

In our review of the record, we mentioned how there's a sense of light despair beneath the playful nature of the track, but the accompanying visual transports viewers deeper into the reality of Toro y Moi's vibrant world as Chaz Bear gives us a personal tour of the Company Records studio. All of the creative energy hosted in the space is practically contagious and it's certainly more stimulating than any office that we've ever stepped foot in.

For more on Toro y Moi, revisit our fashion editorial about how he found a new sense of we in DIY. Watch the entire video above and scroll down for a full list of upcoming tour dates.

February 15 - Miami, FL @ iii Points Festival (DJ SET) March 1 - Phoenix, AZ @ M3F Festival March 9 Tampa, FL @ Gasparilla Music Festival March 20-24 - Boise, ID @ Treefort Music Fest March 22 - New Orleans, LA @ BUKU Music + Art Project April 19 - Brooklyn, NY @ Good Room (DJ SET) April 20 - Washington, DC @ U Street Music Hall (DJ SET) May 22 - Lisbon, Portugal @ Lisboa Ao Vivo May 23 - Porto, Portugal @ Hard Club May 24-25 - Madrid, Spain @ Tomavistas Festival May 26 - London, UK @ All Points East June 2 - Paris, France @ We Love Green June 16 - Los Angeles, CA @ Hollywood Bowl (w/ Chromeo, Noname & Ian Isiah)

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