Watch Wet’s stripped-down performance of “11 Hours”

Set in a church, premiering exclusively on The FADER.

July 18, 2018

Wet performed the song "11 Hours" off of their sophomore album Still Run amongst scattered pews in San Damiano Mission Church in Brooklyn. The whole performance was captured in a single take on film. Still Run is Wet's second album, and it's release brought many revelations about the band that hailed from Massachusetts.


"When Wet started, we presented ourselves as a band of three equals: me, Marty, and Joe. That always felt sort of disingenuous to me, but we kept doing it," Kelly Zutrau explained in a recent interview with The FADER. Zutrau continued to explain the changes the band underwent and where the music from the group's second album came from. The performance of "11 Hours" can be viewed above.


Director: Scott Perry
Producer: Claire Lilly
Production Manager: Madison LaClair
Executive Producers: Rob Stone, Jon Cohen, Andy Cohn, Anthony Holland
Director of Photography: Patrick Golan
Steadicam Operator: Kyle Fasanella
Assistant Camera: Nicolas Lopez
Sound Recordist: Evan Devitto
Gaffer: Andrea Gavazzi
Key Grip: Aaron Trujillo
Lighting Technician: George Konnaris
Production Assistant: Ethan Holland
Hair Stylist: Owen Gould
Editors: Christopher Beckman and Sophie Schieli
Color Correction: Josh Bohoskey at The Mill
Sound Mix: Jake Viator at Stones Throw Studios
Special Thanks: Kelly Zutrau, Sam Geller, Joseph Valle, Hamilton Berry, Bryndon Cook, Columbia Records, and San Damiano Mision Catholic Church

Watch Wet’s stripped-down performance of “11 Hours”