Wilco Share “Art of Almost” Teaser

We still have over a month before Wilco’s eighth LP, The Whole Love, arrives in full via their own dBpm Records, but our second official (non-live) taste of the record has arrived in the form of some exciting studio footage of the band recording the opening track, “Art of Almost.” Dubbed simply “Almost” when it hit Jeff Tweedy and Co.’s official YouTube channel earlier in the week, the clip reveals at least one shredding guitar solo from lead axeman Nels Cline, a few sampled delay effects, syncopated rhythms, and Tweedy singing a tantalizingly truncated lyrical part.

If debut single “I Might” was a bit too similar to their last effort, Wilco (The Album), something tells us “Almost” will be your cup of tea, as it appears to showcase the band’s experimental prowess they displayed on their eternally awesome Summerteeth and Yankee Hotel Foxtrot records. So, without further ado, check out the latest glimpse of The Whole Love below: