The Humlie family siblings Manny (vocals, guitar), Bethany (bass) and Joshua (drums) – AKA We Three – have built up a passionate global fanbase with their anthemic, emotive and life-affirming songs. They have over a million TikTok followers, their music has received more than 250 million streams and they regularly sell out tours around the world.
The forthcoming album Love Me is their richest, rawest and hardest-hitting work yet. We Three have built their fanbase with unapologetically honest songs, which aren’t afraid to tackle uncomfortable subjects to promote positive change.In Therapy is a present-day recount from Manny on his current headspace, reflecting on his recent relationship insecurities which prompted him to look back across his life and engage in therapy sessions for healing.Growing up in the strict Evangelical community of McMinnville, Oregon, the trio launch into tackling this upbringing head-on with the opener Hell As Well, detailing the biblical abuse the band and their friends we subjected to as children in the community. The no-holds-barred lyrics highlight child abuse in the church, the refusal of the acceptance of LGBTQ+ in Christianity and the oppression of women. The following If I Loved A Boy captures the confusion and desperate sense for individual identity Manny was left searching for as he grew up, and the taboo questions of sexuality and mental wellbeing he longed to raise. Lead single
Check out the video for In Therapy below:
Active honesty, change and understanding isn’t just projected from the band via their records and live shows, it’s reflected and amplified by their fans around the world too. A lot of these pivotal moments were seen on their recent sold out headline tour of Australia and New Zealand. They saw fans coming out about their sexuality onstage.Sara, their most streamed song to date, a haunting portrait of a young woman struggling with self-harm, substance abuse and depression, to a hugely moving and jaw-dropping moment, as a fan asked to speak into the mic to let the audience know how much this song had aided her own survival. We Three have always proved moving, in 2018 they took a leap of faith and joined America’s Got Talent and made it to the semi-finals where they brought judge Mel B to tears with a beautifully poignant performance of Heaven’s Not Too Far, a ballad written about their late mother.They also performed
As their profile continued to skyrocketed with the release of their albums We Three (2018), Dear Paranoia, Sincerely Me (2020) and last year’s Happy, the band have built an immense following around the world.here.They will be touring internationally again in autumn, which will visit the UK in October for eight dates including London’s KOKO on 30th October, followed by a full European run with dates already selling out. You can find tour dates
We Three are a hugely important band for fans in their droves around the world, they’ve helped the lives of many and latest LP Love Me is set to capture the hearts of many more.