Photo by Ben Kaye
CoSigned synthpop trio Wet is gearing up to release its major label debut, Don’t You, on January 29th, 2016. The 11-track effort, due out through Columbia, was recorded in a house out in the woods of Hadley, Massachusetts, where lead singer Kelly Zutrau attended summer camp, a press release notes. It follows the three-piece’s well-received 2013 self-titled EP.
Already we’ve heard the lead single, April’s “Deadwater”; now, Wet returns this week with the gorgeously yearning “Weak”. While Zutrau leads the way, her vocals doing most of the emotional acrobatics, the band’s also joined by a handful of guest musicians, including Nat Baldwin of The Dirty Projectors, Kelsey Lu McJunkins on cello, and Marques Toliver on violin.
Listen in below.
In addition to the LP, Wet is due to hit the road for one of the season’s most anticipated tours.