Wild Nothing, a.k.a Brooklyn-based musician Jake Tatum, released his debut album 'Gemini' in 2010 to critical acclaim. Five years on, with an equally impressive sophomore release and a series of EPs under his belt, Tatum is pleased to announce his third-studio album and self-proclaimed most "mature and honest" work to date, 'Life of Pause', which is released via Bella Union. 'Life of Pause' is an exquisitely arranged and beautifully recorded collection of songs that marry the immediate with the indefinable. After a prolonged period of writing and experimentation, recording took place over several weeks in both Los Angeles and Stockholm, with producer Thom Monahan (Devendra Banhart, Beachwood Sparks) helping Tatum in his search for a more natural and organically textured sound. In Sweden, in a studio once owned by ABBA, they enlisted Peter, Bjorn and John drummer John Ericsson and fellow Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra veteran TK, to contribute drums and marimba. In California, at Monahan's home, Tatum collaborated with Medicine guitarist Brad Laner and a crew of saxophonists. From the hypnotic polyrhythms of 'Reichpop' to the sugary howl of 'Japanese Alice' to the hallucinogenic R&B of 'A Woman's Wisdom', the result is a complete, fully immersive listening environment.