Wet have been pretty quiet since they released their debut album Don't You back in January, however, the Brooklyn trio just released two new tracks in time for their month-long North American tour.

The two new songs, "The Middle" and "Turn Away," have a slightly darker edge than most of the tracks on Don't You, with the band telling The FADER that the tracks were written from the perspective of 'being stuck in in-between places'. As the title would suggest "The Middle" follows this theme, with Kelly Zutrau's vocals beautifully capturing a sense of uncertain melancholy.   The band also related this sense of doubt and apprehension to the Presidential election, saying how the songs were a reflection of 'collective anxiety'.

The band start their 19-date tour tomorrow in Boston at the Royale and conclude at Webster Hall in New York on November 19. Check out the tour dates and both new songs below.

Tour dates:

10/21 - Royale - Boston, MA
10/22 - L'Astral - Montreal, QC
10/23 - Mod Club- Toronto, ON
10/26 - Lincoln Hall - Chicago, IL
10/27 - Triple Rock - Minneapolis, MN
10/31 - Neumos - Seattle, WA
11/01 - Wonder Ballroom - Portland, OR
11/02 - Imperial - Vancouver, BC
11/04 - Mezzanine - San Francisco, CA
11/05 - Fonda Theatre - Los Angeles, CA
11/07 - The Irenic - San Diego, CA
11/10 - Club Dada - Dallas, TX
11/11 - Antone's - Austin, TX
11/13 - Exit/In - Nashville, TN
11/14 - The Earl - Atlanta, GA
11/15 - Caledonia Lounge - Athens, GA
11/16 - Cat's Cradle - Carrboro, NC
11/17 - 9:30 Club - Washington, D.C.
11/19 - Webster Hall - New York, NY