“Chaise Longue” is the debut single that immediately highlighted the extravagant flair of this brilliant all-female duo, two regulars of that artistic place known as the Ventnor Exchange on the Isle of Wight.
Their debut is a geometric motorik with an irresistible, funny, and amused spoken word, a riot of ironic indolence that makes it brilliant but also original. Then “Wet Dream” comes, so sharp in its ingenious naturalness, a dancing indie pop that pushes hard and emerges with innate enthusiasm.
“Too Late Now” is more spatial and naive, a dreamier sound in which the narrative elements of the Wet Leg slowly emerge, and that mix of clarity and explicitness however seems to be better expressed in the next song called “Oh No”, certainly the perfect synthesis of the duo’s creative formula.
A U.S. tour and an album coming in April, this is the energetic start that can only be a good omen for this project that really stood out among the waves of last year’s releases, and that we are sure will be talked about in the current one.