WET ANNOUNCES FALL 2015 TOUR DATES IN SUPPORT OFTOBIAS JESSO JR.; UK RESIDENCY SHOWS IN LONDON PRESENTED BY HUW STEPHENS, WHITE HEAT, VICE, AND DUMMY MAGAZINE

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WET ANNOUNCES FALL 2015 TOUR DATES IN SUPPORT OF
TOBIAS JESSO JR.

UK RESIDENCY SHOWS IN LONDON PRESENTED BY HUW STEPHENS, WHITE HEAT, VICE, AND DUMMY MAGAZINE


Credit: Milan Zrnic

Following up upon Wet’s recent release of their music video for “You’re The Best,” the trio is back to announce new tour dates this Fall in support of Tobias Jesso Jr. “You’re The Best” is seeing spins from BBC Radio 1 as well as Beats 1 and the music video is viewable here. Additionally, Wet has announced a UK residency in September including shows presented by Huw Stephens, VICE, White Heat, and Dummy Magazine. The tour announcement follows an acclaimed performance at Lollapalooza that landed them on Spin’s Five Artists To Watch list and earned a Yahoo Band To Watch nod. Check out all of Wet’s upcoming tour dates listed below and read about the early accolades the band is already receiving from the press ahead of their debut LP.
What The Press Is Saying:
“One of pop’s most promising new groups”
– Billboard
“The most promising group in music makes a mix of R&B, electronic, rock, and pop. They’re going to be beloved by fans of all four.”
– The FADER
“Poignant pop”
– Complex
“The future of pop music”
– i-D Magazine
“Whatever the alchemy at work behind Wet, we’re all ears.”
– NPR
Tour Dates:
9/8 – London, UK – Huw Stephens Presents @ The Social
9/11 – London, UK – White Heat @ The Lexington
9/18 – London, UK – VICE Presents @ Old Blue Last
9/25 – London, UK – Dummy Magazine Party @ The Ace Hotel
9/29 – San Francisco, CA @ The Fillmore *
10/1 – Portland, OR @ Star Theater *
10/2 – Seattle, WA @ Neptune Theatre *
10/3 – Vancouver, BC @ The Rickshaw Theater *
10/6 – Minneapolis, MN @ Cedar Cultural Center *
10/8 – Chicago, IL @ Empty Bottle *
10/9 – Toronto, CA @ The Mod Club *
10/10 – Montreal, CA @ Theatre Corona Virgin Mobile *
10/11 – Cambridge, MA @ The Sinclair *
10/14 – Brooklyn, NY @ Music Hall of Williamsburg *
10/15 – Brooklyn, NY @ Music Hall of Williamsburg *
10/16 – Philadelphia, PA @ Union Transfer *
10/17 – Washington, DC @ 9:30 Club *
10/19 – Asheville, NC @ The Orange Peel *
10/20 – Nashville, TN @ Exit/In *
10/21 – Atlanta, GA @ Terminal West at King Plow *
10/22 – Birmingham, AL @ Saturn Birmingham *
10/23 – New Orleans, LA @ One Eyed Jacks *
10/24 – Dallas, TX @ Granada Theater *
10/25 – Austin, TX @ The Parish *
10/27 – Phoenix, AZ @ The Crescent Ballroom *
10/28 – Solana Beach, CA @ Belly Up Tavern *
10/30 – Hollywood, CA @ Fonda Theatre *
* With Tobias Jesso Jr.
Don’t You, the long-anticipated album from the trio of friends known as Wet, is an astonishingly lucid and heart-wrenching collection of 11 tracks set to be released digitally and physically via Columbia.
Wet, comprised of singer-songwriter Kelly Zutrau, and multi-instrumentalists Joe Valle and Marty Sulkow, make songs that resist easy categorization and invite every listener to bask in its intimate glow. But despite their wide-ranging sensibilities, Wet never compromises its core: sturdy pop songwriting and piercing lyrics.
The album, almost entirely self-produced, was written during a period of solitude in a rented house in Western Massachusetts last year. Wet collaborated intensely with each other on the album while honing in on their individual strengths during the process. Kelly’s deeply personal words on Don’t You project sweetness and brutality, confusion and clarity, rawness and polish, naïveté and wisdom. Kelly’s naked lyrics, along with her intuitive grasp of familiar chords and pure, catchy song structures place her in a diverse lineage of potent American female singer-songwriters. Joe, meanwhile, has emerged as a brilliant producer, delicately fine-tuning each song and creating uncanny grooves. Marty, the true musician of the group, textures and propels each song forward with some of the strongest guitar playing in indie-pop today.
Wet met through mutual friends as college students in New York City in 2007. After a few years of informal dabbling, they began officially making music as Wet during the summer of 2012, an especially aimless and emotionally turbulent period. After releasing a few songs digitally they quickly began attracting attention, sometimes from unexpected places before releasing their critically acclaimed debut EP Wet in May 2014.
The Fader described Wet as “pure, unhurried… sounds like it was made in the city but good while driving to the country,” and social media stars like Kylie Jenner began gushing on Instagram. Critic Sasha Frere-Jones listed “Don’t Wanna Be Your Girl” as his favorite song of 2013, describing it as “completely perfect.” Interview magazine wrote: “Electronic music has never been this lonely and beautiful.”
For additional information on Wet please visit www.kanyewet.biz.

 

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