Wet | Photo by John Vettese for WXPN
Free at Noon Flashback: Wet invites audience in for intimate yet powerful performance
Synthpop trio Wet didn’t blow anyone away during their Free at Noon show at World Café Live on Friday, but instead invited them in for a soulful and intimate eight-song set.
Wet is a band making considerable waves since the release of their debut, self-titled EP a couple years ago and are now on the cusp of releasing their debut studio LP, Don’t You with Columbia Records. The band played a handful of songs off the new record including their new single, “Deadwater” which opened the show.
Wet continued the show with a mix of new and old, with most songs highlighting what is without a doubt their greatest strength, the vocal expertise of Kelly Zutrau. Zutrau brings delicate emotion paired with surprising strength to tracks back by subtle guitar playing and a myriad of beats from Joe Valle’s intricate drum machine.
Check out photos and fan video of Wet’s Free at Noon below.
It’s All In Vain
Small and Silver
You’re the Best
Don’t Wanna Be Your Girl