The reviews of the Wet Leg debut album are unanimous positive...
"Wet Leg’s self-titled LP is the most infectious, alluring, irresistible, and downright fun debut record that’s come our way in a long, long time" - Clash Magazine, 9/10
"An instant classic debut that justifies the hype" - NME ★★★★★
"Wet Leg’s self-titled debut is the sneeringly sarcastic, relentlessly catchy post-punk record the world as been fiending for" - Rolling Stone ★★★★
"It is an absolute blast, a crunchy, punchy, smart, deliciously goofy charge through new wave pop rock. It bursts with earworm hooks, snappy choruses and the delightful sense that the duo at its heart are having such a hoot they don’t really care what anyone else thinks." - The Telegraph, 8/10
"Packed with righteous middle fingers and playful bon mots" - DIY Magazine ★★★★★
"The album is a glorious selection of bright ideas" - Louder Than War, 9/10
"Wet Leg ... is the sound of a plan coming together" - Mojo ★★★★
"Brisk and adrenalised, Wet Leg leaves little room to get bored, and is impressively low on filler for a debut" - Uncut, 8/10
"Duo’s first album is bawdy, smart and highly entertaining" - Paste, 8/10
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Wet Leg is British post-punk duo Rhian Teasdale and Hester Chambers from the Isle of Wight. Teasdale and Chambers met at music college and initially played in other bands before coming together to form Wet Leg. The duo's debut single, “Chaise Longue", was inspired by Chambers’ grandfather’s chaise longue that she inherited. The duo is signed to indie label Domino. They performed at the 2021 Isle of Wight Festival. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.