7in released: May 19, 2009

1. No Tomorrow
2. Pacific Palisades
Cat No: IPU123
Barcode: 0789856212316
Packaging: 7in

Desolation Wilderness has recorded two new songs, as a 7'' single, to connect last years debut album White Light Strobing [KLP198] to their next full length due in August 2009. 'No Tomorrow' is a tribute to summer days well spent, living in the moment, never growing old. Desolation Wilderness sees the horizon, and on this rocket they head straight for it. Never mind that it disappears as they get closer, always out of reach - what matters is the pursuit; there is joy in knowing that it won't ever be still. 'Pacific Palisades' is a slow burner - the soundtrack of a California beach under a long dusk. Some sadness there, maybe, but it maintains the knowledge that the sun will rise again. You get in your car, head south on the Pacific Coast Highway, the lights of Malibu up ahead. Everything feels immense, it's like the summer night air has been made solid, and it emits the hum of 'Pacific Palisades.' These songs are the celluloid preview to Desolation Wilderness’ second full length album, New Universe [KLP204], which will be released by K in August. The single, part of our International Pop Underground series, was recorded by the band at Dub Narcotic Studio in Olympia Washington: tubes glowing, tape echoing, guitars chiming. Hey, go outside and let the sun in. '[Listening to] Desolation Wilderness is like relaxing in a beach house with some wind chimes, a guitar and a million different effects pedals … every song like its own mini beach vacation.' - The Fader TRACKLISTING: Side A: No Tomorrow Side B: Pacific Palisades