In which Dan Bejar follows 2011’s jazz-infused LP with another surprising turn… an EP of Spanish-sung tunes. To be clear, these aren’t Destroyer songs translated; they were written by Spanish singer-songwriter Antonio Luque and interpreted by Bejar for the 5-track set. Per last month’s “El rito” and now “Bye bye,” he took each cut in different directions, the former calling on a power-pop stomp while this one goes full, nylon-stringed folk right down to the clip’s chicken farm setting. Is it just me or does Bejar’s voice invoke a dose of nostalgia for driving through the Nevada desert and then up the coast of California to your new adopted hometown? Probably just me. But still, this is lovely and peaceful, complete with an odd twist at the end. Hear/watch above.