Wild Nothing, the project of Jack Tatum, is releasing his fourth studio album, Indigo, at the end of the month. So far, we’ve heard the ‘80s-tinged singles “Partners In Motion” and “Letting Go.” Today, the third single has been shared titled “Shallow Water.” Written for his wife, Tatum says this about the song: “It can be hard to write songs about being in love that don't come across as trite but it's equally as hard to care about being trite when you are in love. To put it simply, it's a song about finally arriving in the place you were meant to." Indigo follows 2016’s Life of Pause and is described as “its own cyborg world, utilizing the artful mechanisms of human touch with the precision of technology to create the classic, pristine sound Tatum has been seeking his entire career.” Catch Wild Nothing at Neumos on Thursday, November 1. Below, listen to “Shallow Water” and watch Wild Nothing’s 2016 KEXP in-studio session.
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