Today Wet has revealed two brand new songs: the official track, “Old Bone”, and a b-side “Trust No Man (Acoustic)”. These two new songs are their first offerings post the release of their sophomore album Still Run last summer via Columbia Records. Listen to the tracks here.
Wet has also shared the official video for “Old Bone”. Directed by Peter Brandt (War on Drugs, Solange), the video finds Kelly and Joe making their way through various wintery landscapes, including a snow flecked city, a frigid off season beach and a windy marsh. Dressed in neutrals, Kelly alternately blends in and braves her scenery. Watch the beautiful video here.
Fresh from supporting Florence & the Machine across Europe and Toro y Moi on US dates, Wet will kick off their co-headline tour with Kilo Kish in Atlanta, GA on February 24. The 26-city run includes stops in New York, Boston, Philadelphia, and San Francisco before wrapping in Tempe, AZ on March 30. Helena Deland and Hana Vu will join as special guest on select dates, see full tour routing and details below. Tickets are on sale now; please visit http://wet.band/ for more information.
Wet is recognized for their deeply-hued emotional pop, well documented by the New York Times, Spin, and NPR among many others. Rolling Stone noted that Wet “set themselves apart with music that combines the elegant ache of Nineties R&B with the raw honesty of indie pop…” Crediting Wet’s confessional lyrical style, their 2016 debut album Don’t You was embraced by critics and music fans alike. Although still personal and poetic, their sophomore album Still Run is more upbeat and pop driven than their debut.
WET & KILO KISH ON TOUR
Tour Date Venue City/State
2/24/2019 Aisle 5 Atlanta, GA
2/25/2019 The Underground Charlotte, NC
2/27/2019 Cat’s Cradle Carrboro, NC
2/28/2019 Underground Arts Philadelphia, PA
3/2/2019 Asbury Lanes Asbury Park, NJ
3/3/2019 Brooklyn Steel Brooklyn, NY
3/4/2019 Royale Boston, MA
3/5/2019 The 9:30 Club Washington, DC
3/7/2019 Velvet Underground Toronto, ON
3/8/2019 Majestic Theater Detroit, MI
3/9/2019 Skully’s Columbus OH
3/11/2019 Cannery Ballroom Nashville, TN
3/12/2019 Metro Chicago, IL
3/14/2019 Majestic Theatre Madison, WI
3/15/2019 Varsity Theater Minneapolis, MN
3/16/2019 The Granada Theater Lawrence, KS
3/19/2019 Summit Music Hall* Denver, CO
3/20/2019 Metro Music Hall* Salt Lake City, UT
3/22/2019 Wonder Ballroom* Portland, OR
3/23/2019 Imperial* Vancouver, BC
3/24/2019 Neptune Theatre* Seattle, WA
3/26/2019 Regency Ballroom San Francisco, CA
3/27/2019 The Belasco Theatre Los Angeles, CA
3/28/2019 The Observatory – North Park* San Diego, CA