REVIEW: Wet’s “Don’t You”

This is the debut LP for the Brooklyn electro trio.

Wet, Don’t You (Columbia/ Sony)

For when the aromatic candle is lit, the flower petals are strewn and the romantic soundtrack is in need of a new entry. The Brooklyn balladeering trio do their best to set the mood, but seem to stop short of truly soaring — an integral component of slow burning lovers’ rock — even when they’re hitting all the familiar notes. The sweet, simple verses work better than the overcooked, wordy choruses. Less is more when it comes to cheesy electro love songs.


Trial Track: “Move Me”