Wild Nothing - "Shadow"

Wild Nothing will release a new album this summer called Nocturne, and today Jack Tatum’s project rolls through with the lead single and album leadoff track “Shadow.” It’s a return to the outfit’s gauzy indie rock after a departure into twangier textures on the recent single “Nowhere.” Listen below. While you’re there, check out the Nocturne tracklist and some new tour dates.

Track list:
01 “Shadow”
02 “Midnight Song”
03 “Nocturne”
04 “Through the Glass”
05 “Only Heather”
06 “This Chain Won’t Break”
07 “Disappear Always”
08 “Paradise”
09 “Counting Days”
10 “The Blue Dress”
11 “Rheya”

Tour dates:
07/01 – San Diego, CA @ House of Blues *
07/03 – Los Angeles, CA @ El Rey *
07/06 – Aspen, CO @ Belly Up *
07/07 – Albuquerque, NM @ Sunshine Theater *
07/09 – Tulsa, OK @ Cain’s Ballroom *
07/10 – Lawrence, KS @ Liberty Hall *
07/11 – St. Louis, MO @ The Pageant *
07/12 – Memphis, TN @ Minglewood Hall *
07/17 – Indianapolis, IN @ The Vogue *
07/18 – Pontiac, MI @ The Crofoot Ballroom *
07/19 – Cleveland, OH @ House of Blues *
07/20 – Columbus, OH @ Newport Music Hall *
07/21 – Millvale, PA @ Mr. Small’s Theatre *
08/09 – New York, NY @ Pier 84 #%
10/29 – Dublin, Ireland @ Vicar Street !
10/30 – Manchester, England @ Ritz !
11/01 – London, England @ Forum !

* = with Beach House
# = with Grimes
% = with DIIV
! = with the Walkmen

Nocturne is out 8/26 on Captured Tracks.

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Comments (2)
  1. Sounds like a very natural progression from “Gemini,” if not a little prettier now. Kinda sleepier sounding than I’d hoped for in terms of a leading track/preview, but it definitely seems like those great melodies from “Gemini” are being fleshed out and orchestrated really nicely. Anyone else notice the dominant melody closely resembling “O, Lilac” in a slightly different key though?

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