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October 2018
New Music Friday

Wet's second album is out now, check out 'Still Run'

It's the follow-up to 2016 debut ‘Don’t You’.
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Published: 12:07 am, July 13, 2018Words: Sam Taylor.
Wet's second album is out now, check out 'Still Run'

Wet have released their second album, the follow-up to 2016 debut ‘Don’t You’.

The ten-track record features previous singles ‘Lately’, ‘There’s a Reason’ and ‘Softens’.

"Sometime last winter I was having a hard time on a personal level while the world also seemed like it was in a collectively dark place,” says Kelly Zutrau

“I was just feeling like shit and listening to the radio one night while all of these horrible news stories were playing and then I heard this phrase ‘Where Beauty Softens Your Grief.’ It turned out to be a slogan for a funeral home in Harlem. And something about those words and the story behind it really stuck with me. 

"I found that idea so comforting, someone making a place to soften the sometimes harsh reality of being a human.”

Check out ‘Still Run’ below.

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