Fresh off their stint on America’s Got Talent and following the release of their infectiously cool debut album, ‘Lifeline,” We Three –which consists of siblings Manny Humlie, Joshua Humlie and Bethany Blanchard—have embarked on their very first national headlining tour. One that will take the AGT semi-finalists across the country to meet their legions of fans and perform their insatiable brand of pop/rock.
What makes We Three so special, aside from their groove ridden and story-telling songs, is their high-energy performances. The trio promises to perform their album in its entirety on this tour, which includes the emotionally powerful “Heaven’s Not Too Far” as well as their latest single, “Lifeline.” They’ll also unveil some brand-new material and a few surprise covers as well.
AXS recently spoke with We Three about the Lifeline Tour, music and more in this exclusive new interview.
AXS: How has the Lifeline Tour been going so far?
Manny Humlie: It’s been absolutely amazing and a dream come true. Just coming off stage and knowing that we get to it, again and again, is so exciting. Watching people singing our songs and connecting with them is a surreal feeling. There are no words to describe it.
Bethany Blanchard: We’ve been in these amazing places and the venues are so beautiful. It’s something we’ve never experienced before.
Joshua Humlie: It’s been very emotional to see people right up in front singing every lyric to the songs. Even the newer songs in our set that no one has ever heard outside of the album.
AXS: What can fans expect from your live performance?
MH: A lot of energy and crowd participation. We don’t like people to be sitting down much. We’re having a party on the stage and would love for them to come join us. We’ll be playing the whole record, some new songs as well as a few covers.
AXS: How would you describe the sound of We Three?
BB: We like to say that our songs are married to each other, both lyrically and melodically. It’s pop-rock and there are a lot of artists we pull from. All of our songs tell stories.
AXS: What’s your writing process like?
MH: For me, I have to set a mood and a tone. I think Ed Sheeran said it best when he said songwriting is like studying for a test. I’m constantly writing down ideas and phrases so that when the heavens open up I’ll have a lot of ammunition ready to go. I may not use half of what I write down but I’ll always have something to work off of.
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