We Three

We Three the Oregon alt-pop trio – siblings Manny, Bethany, and Joshua Humlie – have already built a passionate global fanbase with their anthemic, emotive and life-affirming songs: they have 1.4 million TikTok followers, an audience they cultivated during the pandemic, and their music has received more than 250 million streams. But Love Me (2023) is their richest, rawest and hardest-hitting work yet. For frontman and primary songwriter Manny, the album title is a "small phrase" that gives a "huge insight" into the record's themes. We Three are now a globally popular act selling out shows all over the world, but like so many bands, they started out gigging in and around their hometown – McMinnville, Oregon, a small city 40 miles southwest of Portland. They first came to wider attention in 2018 when they entered America's Got Talent and stormed all the way to the semi-finals. We Three used America's Got Talent as a springboard and never looked back. They have since released three previous studio albums 2018's We Three, 2020's Dear Paranoia, Sincerely Me, and 2022's Happy – and built a reputation for singing sensitively and insightfully about difficult topics including mental health issues. "Sara", their most streamed song to date, is a haunting portrait of a young woman struggling with self-harm, substance abuse, and depression. As for the band's collective fantasy: it's simply to continue their forward momentum. "I always want us to move to a bigger level while staying genuine," Manny says. "I want us to grow and I believe this album has the songs that will help us do that.

Past Shows


Apr
4
th
2024
Fine Line
Apr
4
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2024
Fine Line

We Three

with SkyDxddy
Mar
11
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2023
Amsterdam Bar & Hall
Mar
11
th
2023
Amsterdam Bar & Hall

We Three

with Casey Baer

More Shows

Jun
15
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Turf Club

Nat Harvie

with Alan Sparhawk and Brent Penny
Jul
6
th
Turf Club

The Baseball Project

Jun
22
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First Avenue

The Revolution

Jun
21
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First Avenue

The Revolution