Indie-rock collective Wet Leg played “Ur Mum” in Nottingham on their UK tour after playing in a busy and energetic Rock City.

The indie-rock duo, aka Wet Leg, are best known for their sophomore record Wet Dream and most recent self-titled album “Wet Leg”. The band played twelve songs from a packed UK tour, promoting their most recent album, “Wet Leg”.

Wet Leg performs at Rock City, Nottingham

Following their support act, Coacj Party, Wet Leg seamlessly took to the stage and delivered an incredible yet brief performance. The band played fan-favourites Wet Dream, Chaise Lounge, Ur Mum, and Angelica, bringing the crowd to life. The show’s setlist was a mix of songs from their debut album “Wet Leg”.

Wet Leg are currently on their self-titled tour Wet Leg tour. You can find all future dates here. All in all, both acts Coach Party and Wet Leg pulled off an incredible show for Nottingham.

Self-titled Album, Wet Leg

Wet Leg is the debut self-titled album by the English indie rock duo Wet Leg, consisting of Rhian Teasdale and Hester Chambers. The album was released on April 8th, 2022, and features a unique blend of indie rock, post-punk, and garage rock.

The album opens with the hit single “Chaise Longue”, a catchy and upbeat track that showcases the duo’s playful lyrics and infectious melodies. Other standout tracks on the album include “Wet Dream”, a high-energy punk-inspired track, and “Being In Love”, a slower, more introspective song that showcases Teasdale and Chambers’ songwriting skills.

Throughout the album, Wet Leg incorporates a wide range of musical influences, including surf rock, new wave, and 90s alternative. However, their unique sound and quirky lyrical style remain consistent throughout.

Overall, Wet Leg’s self-titled debut is a confident and impressive introduction to the duo’s music, with catchy hooks and offbeat lyrics that are sure to leave a lasting impression.

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