Still Run

Wet - Still Run
Critic Score
Based on 6 reviews
2018 Ratings: #653 / 673
User Score
Based on 41 ratings
2018 Ratings: #579
July 13, 2018 / Release Date
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Columbia / Label
Art Pop / Genres
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Northern Transmissions

Though it can be soothing enough to get you too comfortable, it’s an intoxicating listen to say the least.


Still Run shows signs of growth in some areas, but in others, leaves much left to be desired.


Wet fit into the 90s R&B, alternative and lo-fi dream pop categories without remaining in any of them.


The Brooklyn band may have lost a member, but they have not lost their sound. 'Still Run' is their most consistent, but least captivating release yet.


Despite its starpower and self-generated hype, Still Run ends up being something about as adventurous—and nourishing—as a plate of buttered noodles.

No Ripcord

Brooklyn duo Wet fight off the remnants of a dwindling ethereal R&B era on Still Run. Not that there's the possibility of making it sound compelling again, but as the commonplace ten tracks on this album show, it sounds like they're content with competing against the dime-o-dozen artists who are trying to get a fair shot from clueless music executives.

Edit: Formerly 75, this has grown on me a lot.
Faves: Lately, 11 Hours, This Woman Loves You
I looked up the album here after listening for the first time being sure that it would get kind of good reviews. Still Run is an album that starts with great promise but ends up becoming stale in the second half of it.
Wet’s debut “Don’t You” was hotly anticipated, but seems to have squandered all the hype for the band. Sophomore album “Still Run” has arrived with far less fanfare, but to Wet’s credit, they may have taken some of the “Don’t You” criticism to heart. The most prescient critique of that album was that each song sounded exactly the same. “Still Run” is far more varied, seeing Wet tentatively stepping outside of their stale ... read more
IDK It's just boring. Not much to pull from it.
Lately is pretty great, though.
Well, I really enjoyed four songs on Don't You and didn't care much for the rest of that album. That isn't a great ratio, but compared to Still Run, it seems phenomenal. I only really like one song on this thing, Lately. Literally every other track on this thing bores me to tears (except there's a couple good things about This Woman Loves You I guess)
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Track List

  1. Still Run (feat. Starchild & The New Romantic)
  2. There's a Reason
  3. You're Not Wrong
  4. Lately
  5. Softens
  6. 11 Hours
  7. This Woman Loves You
  8. Out of Tune
  9. Visitor
  10. Love is Not Enough
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Added on: June 22, 2018