Yumi Zouma's excellent debut EP is officially out tomorrow on Cascine (if you haven't been following along, you can stream the whole thing after the jump), and to commemorate the occasion, like-minded dream pop mastermind Wild Nothing offers up his own hypnotic, gently pulsing take on the group's soft-disco-funk EP opener/mood-setter, "A Long Walk Home For Parted Lovers". Listen below,
"There was a great deal of restlessness that went into the creation of this album. The songs seemed to stem from a sleepless state of mind. The moon cycle has come to represent this for me; a slowly changing symbol of where these songs feel most at home" -- Wild Nothing on Nocturne
Nocturne is out August 28 on Captured Tracks...
Thanks to transparent for the introduction to the lush, Cocteau Twins/Shop Assistants-influenced rainy day dream-pop of VA's Jack Tatum, aka Wild Nothing. We can look forward to an official release soon on the undisputed label of the year, but in the meantime, be sure to check the handful of legit hits on his myspace page, as well as this perfectly wistful little gem: