10 Songs, 35 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

No Wyld's songs always lead to unexpected places. It’s that sense of unpredictability that makes Nomads such a fun album, even when it's being deadly serious. Opener "Paranoid" sets the tone with lyrics describing a nervous breakdown in haunting specificity, its enticing synth riff and half-sung phrases tearing a seam between rap, R&B, and EDM. On "Grown Up," the New Zealand trio sets a melancholic hook against optimistic D4L-style finger-snaps, pulling their myriad influences toward a future-pop apex.

EDITORS’ NOTES

No Wyld's songs always lead to unexpected places. It’s that sense of unpredictability that makes Nomads such a fun album, even when it's being deadly serious. Opener "Paranoid" sets the tone with lyrics describing a nervous breakdown in haunting specificity, its enticing synth riff and half-sung phrases tearing a seam between rap, R&B, and EDM. On "Grown Up," the New Zealand trio sets a melancholic hook against optimistic D4L-style finger-snaps, pulling their myriad influences toward a future-pop apex.

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