Wilsen is a New York based trio consisting of Tamsin Wilson, Drew Arndt, and Johnny Simon. Even in the frenetic metropolis of New York, there are moments of still. You have to wait, biding your time until the early hours, but in the short window between closing time and the early-morning commuters, you can find a twilight period of pure, nocturnal solitude. I Go Missing In My Sleep, Wilsen’s debut full-length album, was born during these snatched moments. Ensconced in a tiny rented apartment in Brooklyn, Tamsin Wilson would sit, wait for the twilight, and then begin moulding her day’s thoughts into fragments of song. The album then came together as the band, along with producer Ben Baptie, began to add layers to Wilson’s compositions, recording in upstate New York and The Farm Studio in rural Philadelphia.