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Give thanks to the jerk who broke Kelly Zutrau’s heart. The Wet vocalist’s romantic misadventures have inspired a gorgeous album quietly ablaze with feeling. Her voice—sturdy, inviting and on plaintive closer “These Days”, fairly remarkable—has plenty to work with. Multi-instrumentalists Joe Valle and Marty Sulkow wrap Zutrau up in a sonic blanket: all pretty guitar licks, woozy synths and crisp beats. The stately “Deadwater” is a sumptuous highlight, “Island” reboots fluttery ‘90s R&B, while “It’s All in Vain”, “Weak” and “Move Me” all perfectly capture the shaky resolve of a broken heart in repair.

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I just stumbled on Wet and I gotta say… Holy crap. Not every song sounds the same, but they all sound like they are ONE. You know what I mean? It’s mind boggling. Love you, hon. <3

Inexplicably great.

I stumbled across "Don't Wanna Be Your Girl" on YouTube and I absolutely loved it. The album is amazing and I wish the best for Wet!!

Love love love!!!!!!!

Haven't stopped listening to it since it came out. Love them so much. She has such a beautiful voice. Their songs have such emotion to them. I haven't been able to get it out of my head. Love love love!!! I would recommend for everyone to buy this album.


Formed: 2012 in Brooklyn, NY

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '10s

Soulful electronic indie trio Wet formed in Brooklyn around 2012. Prior to that, musicians Joe Valle and Marty Sulkow, along with singer Kelly Zutrau, had recorded a few casual demos together while they were all attending school in New York before Valle split for Los Angeles and Zutrau went to Rhode Island. The three friends reconvened in Brooklyn and began working in earnest on the material that would eventually feature on their debut EP. Through Zutrau's warm vocals and an affinity for '90s R&B,...
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