Part of a six-band series that will be revealed over the coming days.

Indie gig organizer Medium Rare is teasing its way into your summer plans with Summer Sessions, a series of six gigs that they'll be revealing over the next six days.

To kick things off, they've announced that American dream-pop darlings Wild Nothing will return to Bangkok on Apr 17.

Frontman Jack Tatum first led the band to Bangkok back in 2013; since then, members Kevin Knight (keyboard) and Jeremiah Johnson (drums) have been replaced with Elroy Finn and Matt Kallman, who will join for their upcoming gig at the recently reborn Live Arena.

The band is best known for the track "Chinatown," which was featured in the Netflix original movie To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before. Tatum's music career kicked off in 2010 with the release of Wild Nothing's single "Summer Holiday," part of their debut album Gemini which gained worldwide exposure.

The band's second Bangkok visit will be for their latest and fifth album Indigo, but we're sure concert-goers will still be treated to some classics.

Tickets go on sale on Mar 4—the same day that Medium Rare will announce the last band in the series.

In the meantime, you can try and guess other bands here:

 

Or listen to one of Wild Nothing's hits:

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