We Three is a family affair: Joshua, Bethany, and Manny. Joshua plays the piano and drums simultaneously, Manny the guitar, and Bethany the bass, and they all sing incredible harmonies. Their recent album Dear Paranoia, Sincerely Me shows their growth as musicians and songwriters.
Manny said, "This album is about dealing with the trauma from your childhood as an adult and learning how important it is to find your normal and be the best at that. I've been really into all of the personality tests lately, but I never fully felt like I fit into one. I've come to the conclusion that I have tons of learned traits and fears from my childhood that keep me from feeling okay. We all want to better ourselves, and to do that we have to know who we are and what we believe. That is really the true inspiration for the songs on this record."
Blending their unique playing styles with synths and other electronic instruments, We Three artfully blends pop, indie rock, and alternative music into a crisp and catchy collection with Dear Paranoia, Sincerely Me.
Following the well-received release of Dear Paranoia, Sincerely Me, We Three unveiled an infectious single off the album, "hold me, baby." Edged up into a Sam Smith falsetto - this immediately hooky number lets go and rewards with a haunting melody that lingers way beyond the last note. Even more so, the electric visual will leave you at a loss for words.