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Hear Wild Nothing’s Ultra-Fluid ‘Paradise’ Single

From the mood-pop prince's forthcoming full-length, 'Nocturne'

picture-18149-1379434580David Bevan // August 7, 2012

Brooklyn-via-Virginia mope-pop revivalist Jack Tatum unveiled “Paradise” today, a synth-lined, high-altitude mood-piece set to appear on his Wild Nothing project’s forthcoming sophomore full-length, Nocturne. “There was a great deal of restlessness that went into the creation of this album,” Tatum says of Nocturne, which is due August 28 courtesy of Captured Tracks. “The moon cycle has come to represent this for me; a slowly changing symbol of where these songs feel most at home, a sleepless state of mind.” Hear “Paradise” below and download it over at Nocturne’s interactive, lunar-themed website.