Stream now: Wet Nurse's 'So It Goes' online now and it thrillz and killz

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We've been eager for Wet Nurse's new release since we first heard "Belly Hurts" when they opened for Guantanamo Baywatch back in June, and finally the wait is over. So It Goes is out on all your favorite platforms, and it's a dang triumph from the charmed and hooky "Girl Problem" with its sensitive plot twist leading into the gentle trembling angst of "Belly Hurts." This is Wet Nurse at their finest, and they've always been damn fine. Spin it and check them out if you see them in your area (they are currently on tour, rest of the world).



Bonus for Florida folks: Their homecoming show is totally free (so it goes, indeed!) at St. Matthew's Tavern, 9 p.m. Friday, Oct. 23, and it also features rad local bands Thee Wilt Chamberlain and the Welzeins. (RSVP!) 

You can also groove to Wet Nurse at the Fest in Gainesville and at Big Pre-Fest in Tampa.

PHOTO BY CHRISTOPHER GARCIA VIA WET NURSE ON FACEBOOK



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