Late last year, Wild Palms returned with new single Ennio, ending a four-year absence since the release of their debut album 'Until Spring'.
Today, the quartet has shared the transcendent Temper Gold which according to Wild Palms is "a song about a self-destructive nature" conveyed through vocalist Lou Hill's androgynous falsetto and the band's spacious, experimental backdrop. Liam Howe (FKA twigs and Lana Del Rey) is responsible for production, in a union that presents Wild Palms' tonality more in line with the experimental pop of Howe's other clients than the post-rock soundscapes of their debut.
Listen to Temper Gold below and if you're in London, catch Wild Palms perform at Electrowerkz on March 8th (details here).
Wild Palms release Temper Gold on March 4th through One Little Indian Records (pre-order).