Brooklyn indie band Wet played Underground Arts last Friday in support of their latest album titled Letter Blue. Joining them was Hannah Jadagu, an emerging singer-songwriter making a splash on the scene at just 18 years old.
Jadagu’s music is indie pop/rock at its finest, with songs driven by catchy melodies and straightforward guitar and drums. Accompanied by just a drummer and a bass player, Jadagu sings and plays guitar, often switching guitars to accommodate different tunings used in each original song.
Hannah performed music from her 2021 EP “What Is Going On?” along with singles like “All My Time Is Wasted” and a new, yet-to-be-released track called “S.I.N.” She even covered the 2009 hit from The Script, “Falling to Pieces.” It’s clear Hannah Jadagu is just getting started, and we’re excited to see what’s next in her career.
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If you’re anything like me, Wet is one of your most beloved indie bands, whose music has been the soundtrack to your heartaches and existential crises for the better part of the last decade. The band just released an EP as a follow up to their last album called “Letter Blue (Reprise)” along with two new singles.
Wet performed a mix of new music and nostalgic crowd favorites, with the audience singing along to all of the above. They closed the show with an encore featuring “On Your Side” from Letter Blue and “You’re The Best,” from their debut EP.
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Wet continues their tour with Hannah Jadagu throughout the East Coast and Canada this month. Jadagu will then join Faye Webster for more U.S. tour dates.