Wet drops the official tracklist for its upcoming album Still Run. The music project will go be available on July 13.
Earlier this year, the CoSigned synth-pop group released two songs from Still Run called "There's A Reason" and "Softens." The other tracks included in the band's second studio album are "Still Run," "You're Not Wrong," "Lately," "11 Hours," "This Woman Loves You," "Out of Tune," "Visitor," and "Love Is Not Enough."
Kelly Zutrau Talks About 'Lately'
On top of Wet's newly released tracklist, the band also unveiled the official music video for "Lately." Kelly Zutrau, a member of Wet, was the one who directed the clip. During a recent interview, Zutrau revealed that it was her first time to direct a music video.
"I didn't want to collaborate and have to explain what I wanted and fight to be heard, I just wanted to try to access something real in myself and have it be an intimate experience for the viewer. I realized that I might have the best luck doing that on my own. I also just wanted to have fun, so I hope that comes through," said Zutrau.
What Is 'Still Run' About
During the same interview, Zutrau explained what "Lately" and Still Run is really about. She said that they are about leaving dysfunctional relationships even when staying in the much easier option. Additionally, the song and entire album serve as Zutrau's reminder to always keep doing, running, and making things in an overwhelming world.
"To not get stuck in comfortable situations if they're not helping you to grow and live. It's a documentation of my attempt to get control of my life, my relationships, and my art and the losses I experienced in that process," explained Zutrau.
Wet's North American Tour
In related news, Wet will also embark on a series of shows in support of Still Run. The band's tour will kick off at Johnny Brenda's in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on May 15. This will be followed by a show at The Sinclair in Cambridge, Massachusetts on May 16 and 17.
Other tour destinations include Black Cat in Washington, DC on May 19, Music Hall of Williamsburg in Brooklyn, New York on May 20 and 21, Velvet Underground in Toronto, Ontario on May 23, Magic Stick in Detroit, Michigan on May 24, House of Blues in Chicago, Illinois on May 25, Varsity Theater in Minneapolis, Minnesota on May 26, and more.