Wet is widely recognized for their deeply-hued emotional pop with Rolling Stone noting that they "set themselves apart with music that combines the elegant ache of Nineties R&B with the raw honesty of indie pop..." Crediting Wet's confessional lyrical style, their 2016 debut album Don't You was embraced by critics and music fans alike. Although still personal and poetic, their sophomore album Still Run is more upbeat and pop driven than their debut. Says singer/songwriter Kelly Zutrau of Wet, "The album [is] about leaving dysfunctional relationships even when it is easier to stay. It's also a call to myself to keep doing, running, 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." Still Run features previously released tracks "There's a Reason" and "Softens" as well as the new song "Lately."