Wild Nothing Shares Melodramatic New Video for "Letting Go"

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Jasmine Albertson
photo by Patrick Luhrs

Jack Tatum’s Wild Nothing is releasing its fourth album, Indigo, on August 31 via Captured Tracks. Today, Tatum’s shared the official video for recent single “Letting Go.” Directed by Nathaniel Axel and David MacNutt, the colorfully bizarre video is less explained and more described by the directors as, “Mourning, melodrama, psychedelic mushrooms, a bodybuilder, scarecrows, fetish rainwear, modernist architecture, catatonic schizophrenia, witchcraft, aquatherapy: Let It Go.” Indigo was recorded at LA’s Sunset Sound and was produced by Tatum and Jorge Elbrecht. It follows 2016’s Life of Pause. Below, watch the video and Wild Nothing’s most recent KEXP in-studio session from 2016.

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