Published on August 16th, 2019 | by Guest Contributor0
We’re All Messed Up…But It’s OK: The New EP From We Three
We Three has been dropping cryptic hints on their social media for the last few weeks about new music. It seemed like any news about their next project was locked down tight besides a 10 second snippet on Instagram. But, on Thursday, they finally revealed their new project’s release date and album cover and the internet proceeded to explode.
On September 20th, the power trio will release their most musically complex and poetic music to date.
Touched by the overwhelming responses from audiences they met on their 35 date National Lifeline Tour, the band wanted to go deeper for this EP. They touch on difficult issues like suicide highlighted by the haunting song ‘Sara’.
The single “Machine” which was once again mixed by Grammy winning mixer Ruadhri Cushnan (Ed Sheeran/Coldplay), is catchy and powerful; showing off the musical skills of these siblings that they picked up being studio musicians and music instructors.
With dramatic visuals this new record plots the evolving course of these talented musicians with 5 self penned songs that are saturated in hooks, provocative to the senses and passionate to the core.
The EP is an infectious powerhouse that has fans eagerly counting the days.