Wet Premieres New Song “There’s a Reason”
- Brooklyn-base synth-pop band Wet is back. The band released a new song “There’s a Reason” for the first time in two years since "The Middle / Turn Away".
The song is the lead single from their as yet untitled album. It was written by Kelly Zutrau, and produced by Andrew Sarlo and Joe Valle. In a press release, the band’s third member, Marty Sulkow, is not mentioned. Whether it’s as a duo or a trio, the band will reveal more information in the coming weeks.
The band embarks the tour at Coda Philadelphia on May 15, 2018. The tour takes place in North America through to June 6th. Learn more about tour dates, click here.
About the song, Kelly Zutrau told The Fader;
“‘There's a Reason’ was really the most collaborative song from me and Joe, from the beginning. It was the first song that we started working on for the album, and it was one of the last we finished. It was an epic one, and it was almost left off the final body of work because we struggled with it so much. We brought in Andrew Sarlo, who produced Big Thief, that beautiful album, and he kind of put it together with us. In the end, it's my favorite song."
- Wet was formed in 2012, Wet was formed in 2012, consisting of Kelly Zutrau (lead vocals), Joe Valle (producer) and Marty Sulkow (guitar).
The band signed to Neon Gold in 2013 and released a debut self-titled EP. In 2014, Neon Gold switched its partnership to Atlantic Records from Columbia Records, but Wet signed to Columbia Records. The trio released a debut album "Don't You" in 2016.
- source : The Fader