Posted in Press Releases on 20 November 2013
Kelly Zutrau, Martin Sulkow and Joe Valle have been making music together in various outfits since meeting as students in New York in 2006. What began as a long-distance collaboration between Providence, New York, and Los Angeles led to string of shows and self-releases in the summer of 2012. A year later, and they've already managed to find the delicate balance between slow-motion R&B and minimal indie pop. Pooling all their influences, Wet touch upon everyone from Solange to The XX to Patsy Cline, while still conveying a blissful simplicity that tugs at your heartstrings and forces you to hang onto their every waking word. Their self-titled debut EP is out now on Neon Gold Records.
11/21 ~ New York, Ny / Mercury Lounge
11/26 ~ Atlanta, Ga / Variety Playhouse *
11/27 ~ Norfolk, Va / The NorVA *
11/29 ~ Richmond, Va / The National *
11/30 ~ Asheville, Nc / The Orange Peel *
12/01 ~ Nashville, Tn / Exit/In *
* w/ CHVRCHES
You're The Best
Don't Wanna Be Your Girl
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