Since their June debut with single ‘Chaise Longue’, the Isle of Wight duo are back with a fun breakup song titled ‘Wet Dream’.

Clocking at two-and-a-half minutes, Wet Leg’s latest release exemplifies why they’re one of the most talked about bands to emerge from the indie rock scene this year.

The music video, directed by member Rhian Teasdale, is described as “something out of Věra Chytilová and Salvador Dali’s wildest dreams”.

Teasdale explains,

“Wet Dream is a breakup song; it came about when one of my ex’s went through a stage of texting me after we we’d broken up telling me that ‘he had a dream about me’.”

Wet Leg, consisting of members Rhian Teasdale and Hester Chambers, made their debut in June with their hit, ‘Chaise Longue’, which has garnered over three million streams and a million views on YouTube.

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The single and music video earned praise from Paramore’s Hayley Williams, Iggy Pop, Florence Welch and film critic Mark Kermode.

They’ve also gained considerable buzz as one of the bands to look out for during this summer’s Latitude and Green Man Festivals.

The pair have performed on tour in support of Jungle and Declan McKenna, and have sold out their headline shows in London, Glasgow, and Manchester.

Wet Leg are confirmed to perform Pitchfork Music Festival Paris and Amsterdam’s London Calling, and being featured in support slots with Shame, Inhaler and Willie J. Healey.

A full UK tour is expected to be announced soon at a later date.

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