We've already heard the shivery "Shadow," the lead-off track from Wild Nothing's forthcoming sophomore album Nocturne. Now Jack Tatum's dream-pop vehicle has let loose "Paradise," a track that propulses in the album's back half.
"Paradise" tips to Wild Nothing's latent love of more dance-friendly sounds. While it wouldn't show up in a club anytime soon, it still has that starry-eyed John Hughes quality that the group does so well. Below, you can take a listen and download before the album's release on August 28 via Captured Tracks.
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