Wild Nothing shares new track and live dates

Wild Nothing Announces World Tour, Premiering New Single "A Woman's Wisdom"

On the eve of Wild Nothing, a.k.a LA-based musician Jake Tatum, release Life of Pause, his third studio album and follow up to Nocturne, on Captured Tracks (US) / Bella Union (UK). Over the past few months. so far, Tatum has shared a series of singles; breezy and dreamy “TV Queen,” jagged, bass-heavy “To Know You,”

Next up, Wild Nothing will embark on a world tour that takes him across North America in April and May and continues in June with a short run of dates in the EU, which includes performances at Primavera Barcelona, Primavera Porto, London’s Field Day and The Netherlands Best Kept Secret festivals. The full run of dates is below.

Wild Nothing – Life of Pause
(February 19th – Captured Tracks)

Reichpop
Lady Blue
A Woman’s Wisdom
Japanese Alice
Life of Pause
Alien
To Know You
Adore
TV Queen
Whenever I
Love Underneath My Thumb

Wild Nothing World Tour Dates
4/20 – San Diego – Casbah
4/22 – San Francisco – The Independent
4/25 – Seattle – The Crocodile
4/26 – Vancouver – Biltmore Cabaret
4/27 – Portland – Doug Fir Lounge
4/28 – Boise – Neurolux
4/29 – Denver – Bluebird
5/02 – Minneapolis – Triple Rock Social Club
5/03 – Chicago – Thalia Hall – Tickets
5/04 – Ferndale – The Loving Touch
5/05 – Toronto – The Opera House
5/07 – Philadelphia – 714
5/08 – New York – Webster Hall
5/09 – Cambridge – The Sinclair
5/11 – Washington, D.C. – Black Cat
5/12 – Richmond – The Broadberry
5/13 – Raleigh – Kings
5/14 – Atlanta – Shaky Knees Festival, Atlantic Station
5/15 – New Orleans – Gasa Gasa
5/16 – Austin – The Mohawk
5/18 – Phoenix – Crescent Ballroom
5/20 – Los Angeles – The Regent
6/04 – Barcelona – Primavera Sound Barcelona
6/09 – Porto – Primavera Sound Porto
6/11 – London – Field Day Festival
6/13 – London – Oslo
6/14 – Leeds – Belgrave Music Hall
6/15 – Glasgow – CCA: Centre for Contemporary Arts
6/16 – Manchester – Band on the Wall – Tickets
6/18 – Hilvarenbeek – Best Kept Secret Festival
6/20 – Paris – Le Point Ephemere
6/22 – Hamburg – Knust
6/23 – Berlin – Lido