The Brooklyn-based synth-pop trio burst onto the scene with 2013’s self-titled EP and are now on the verge of releasing their debut full-length album, Don’t You. Since forming, Wet has toured with indie-pop acts like London Grammer and CHVRCHES, and recently released a handful of singles from their new album including the melodic and soulful, “Weak.”
The band plays Union Transfer on Friday, October 16th with Tobias Jesso Jr., but you can catch them early at Free at Noon. RSVP to reserve your spot, or tune-in at 88.5FM and worldwide at XPN.org.
Recent Release: Wet
Release Date: May 6, 2014
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