RIYL: Craft Spells, Beach Fossils, Small Black, DIIV
Label: Captured Tracks
Insta alert.¬† Jack Tatum’s dream pop project Wild Nothing is blessing our ears with his fourth full-length album this year, his first since 2016’s underrated Life of Pause.¬† In my humble opinion, Tatum’s dreamy twee style in classic albums like Gemini and Nocturne symbolizes¬†a golden period for Captured Tracks, renewing a¬†collective interest in lofi indie rock, jangle pop and left-of-the-dial guitar music alongside other soon-to-be-up-and-comers like DIIV, Mac Demarco and Beach Fossils.
Produced by Jorge Elbrecht, Indigo is being touted as a return-to-form to his Gemini roots¬†while implementing new¬†ideas and techniques from the experience he’s gained over the last decade.¬† I, for one, am super f-ing juiced.¬† If it’s a Wild Nothing album, I’m buying.¬† Check out first single Letting Go below and grab the limited red vinyl after the ‘buy’ link.¬† There are only 750 copies to go around here, so they won’t last long.¬† For an extra $5, they’ll throw in a tote bag.¬† ‘Cause I’m sure you don’t have millions of those lyin’ around.
This item is a pre-order. It will ship on or shortly before it's August 31st release date.
The Red Vinyl Version is limited to 750 copies and only available through our direct mail order.
All LPs are housed in a Die-Cut LP Jacket with a Printed Transparency.
- Maybe Buy
- Not My Style
- Too Expensive