Wild Pink – “Pacific City” [Video]

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Wild Pink’s anticipated album A Billion Little Lights, is due out this Friday on Royal Mountain Records. The album has been preceded by singles “The Shining But Tropical,” “You Can Have It Back,” “Oversharers Anonymous” and today the band are sharing a final single from the LP, “Pacific City.”

On “Pacific City”, Ross delivers a slice of pitch-perfect, anthemic indie featuring shimmering steel guitar and soaring saxophone. A rumination on self-acceptance and patience, of giving yourself time and space, he explains the meaning behind the track: “Pacific City is named after the city in Oregon and I was watching Heat a lot while writing it. I wanted to write a few songs with a conventional song structure on this album and this was one of them – we spent a lot of time on the drum tones and used a Yamaha RX21 drum machine. The song is about time passing and realizing you’re not the same person you used to be. “

You can pre-order the album HERE.

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