“I’ve sat with this record for a very long time now, so naturally I’m both excited and apprehensive to let it see the light,” shares Tatum on Hold.“It’s my first record as a father. My first self-produced record since my debut. It’s a record that deals in existential themes but doesn’t always take itself too seriously. It’s not afraid of pop but it’s hopefully not afraid to be strange either. It has fun, gets sad, dwells in the quiet moments and embraces the loud ones. It’s me doing what I love and feeling grateful for it.”
Wild Nothing will be on tour this November to celebrate the release of Hold,including an NYC show at Music Hall Of Williamsburg and an LA set at the Fonda Theatre.
“Hazy reveries that reflect the shimmer of early-’80s Manchester pop, the sparkle of The Cure’s upbeat not-quite-love songs and a dense forest of Slowdive-era shoegaze.” — NPR