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Just a little, of what exactly is not entirely clear, but this something sounds like it’s exceptionally sweet… impossibly beyond grasp. Lost in Candyland. At least initially… though within a few pitched skips, baby coos and gummy bird chirps, the grounds of “Little” technicolorize into synthesized symphonic festivities. Of course it’s very much the right time for such a twist. Wildarms, that perennially positive pop dreamer, knows this. As do the fine folks at Cascine. So naturally, generously, seasonally… this also leads into a free EP, available for download December 17th.



Chandeliers shatter into sequins, all coiled up in a whirlwind—a mambo of sun-kissed confetti.

Swans grace the rooftops in code. Minds switched on and hearts full, lovebirds glide over an ultraviolet avenue, their wings skimming a fountain of chrome.

Echoing out from the streets, in washes and tumble-drums, a promise unlocked and set to roll about the archways of Havana: “One day I’ll have a million words to explain, some day I will love you in every way…”

Wildarms is Brooklyn-based poptimist Duncan Cooper. His debut EP (plus a fresh batch of remixes) is out now on Cascine.