Album artwork for Wait by Arlie

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In short order, the young Nashville band has risen from humble beginnings playing the Nashville house party scene and DIY art gatherings to performing at festivals like Bonnaroo and Forecastle and sharing bills with the likes of Rostam and Cold War Kids. With ‘Wait,’ Arlie make good on the potential exhibited on their early singles. Lead single “barcelona boots” is a swirl of washed-out synths and Banks’ yearning falsetto, while “too long” is a sighing ballad underpinned with psychedelic atmospherics. On the EP's closer -- the tropical, hazy “tossing and turning” -- Arlie turns a self-deprecating eye on a superficial generation so fixated on projecting a lifestyle that they miss out on living the actual life. On transparent orange vinyl.

Arlie

Wait

Atlantic
Album artwork for Wait by Arlie
12"

$22.99

Transparent Orange

Limited to 3000 copies
Released 04/22/2023Catalog Number

ATL630781.1

Arlie

Wait

Atlantic
Album artwork for Wait by Arlie
12"

$22.99

Transparent Orange

Limited to 3000 copies
Released 04/22/2023Catalog Number

ATL630781.1

This product is a Record Store Day title and not available to pre-order.

Available to buy in-store from 04/22/2023 (Record Store Day).
Remaining copies will be available to buy online from 8am, 04/23/2023.

Don’t forget: Click 'Notify Me' to be the first to know about its availability online.

In short order, the young Nashville band has risen from humble beginnings playing the Nashville house party scene and DIY art gatherings to performing at festivals like Bonnaroo and Forecastle and sharing bills with the likes of Rostam and Cold War Kids. With ‘Wait,’ Arlie make good on the potential exhibited on their early singles. Lead single “barcelona boots” is a swirl of washed-out synths and Banks’ yearning falsetto, while “too long” is a sighing ballad underpinned with psychedelic atmospherics. On the EP's closer -- the tropical, hazy “tossing and turning” -- Arlie turns a self-deprecating eye on a superficial generation so fixated on projecting a lifestyle that they miss out on living the actual life. On transparent orange vinyl.