New Zealand dreampop band Yumi Zouma released a music video for Lonely After. The video came one day after they released their third LP, Truth or Consequences, via Polyvinyl Records. The album is a strong one, with Cool for a Second being the standout track; Lonely After opens the LP and pulls you in immediately. Really, there are many songs on this album that bring you back.

Guitarist and writer of the song Josh Burgess states that the song is about, “that pit in your stomach when you start to question your own identity.”

I was embarrassed when I knew who I was;
so wild and zealous, and overly down for the cause
I'm sliding under, diving back into clouds


(If you love this song, you might enjoy the artists on Puddlegum Mixtape: tape two.)