Brian Wilson unveils new video featuring fellow Beach Boys Al Jardine and David Marks

Song taken from Wilson's forthcoming album 'No Pier Pressure'

Brian Wilson has released a video for new song ‘The Right Time’, which features guest spots from fellow Beach Boys Al Jardine and David Marks.

The clip was filmed in-studio during the track’s recording and includes the song’s lyrics. Click above to watch.

‘The Right Time’ sees Jardine on lead vocals duty and guitar playing from Marks. The track will appear on Wilson’s forthcoming album ‘No Pier Pressure’, which is due for release on April 7.


Both Jardine and Marks will feature on a number of other tracks, while the album will also include input from She & Him’s Zooey Deschanel and country singer Kacey Musgraves, among others.

The ‘No Pier Pressure’ tracklisting is:

‘This Beautiful Day’
‘Runaway Dancer’ [featuring Sebu Simonian]
‘What Ever Happened’ [featuring Al Jardine and David Marks]
‘On The Island’ [featuring She & Him]
‘Our Special Love’ [featuring Peter Hollens]
‘The Right Time’ [featuring Al Jardine and David Marks]
‘Guess You Had To Be There’ [featuring Kacey Musgraves]
‘Tell Me Why’ [featuring Al Jardine]
‘Sail Away’ [featuring Blondie Chaplin and Al Jardine]
‘One Kind Of Love’
‘Saturday Night’ [featuring Nate Ruess]
‘The Last Song’
‘Half Moon Bay’

In addition, Wilson recently contributed vocals to a song by LA band Mini Mansions. Speaking about the team-up, the band’s bassist, Zach Dawes, told Rolling Stone: “As they got into harmonies Brian’s name came up kind of as a pie-in-the-sky idea. I followed up with him and sent him a rough cut of the song. Then that rare moment occurred where the idealised version of something becomes a reality.”


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