The Isle Of Wight duo have almost certainly been the buzziest new band in indie-rock this year due to their blase, tongue-in-cheek lyrics, and electrifying guitars. So, if you're feeling sad about missing out on the concert in your town, the band just put out a live video of a homecoming performance on a small porch that straight up rips and feels pretty close to seeing them on stage (remember the influx of peak-pandemic
Good morning, ol' pal, deeey. Just wanted to let you know that we played some of our shmalbum songs on a porch on the Isle of Wight.
Wet Leg (@wetlegband)
Wet Leg come straight to you on the five-song set, opening with their breakthrough hit "Chaise Longue," before hitting their stride with the vocal range of "Supermarket." The fourth track is "Oh No," with rapper Rhian Teasdale giving no signs of being slowed from a hectic tour schedule. The final track is "Oh No," which includes the best guitar hook from their self-titled album courtesy of Hester Chambers, before they close the set out with the epic arrangement of "Too
So, if you want to see a concert from your living room without paying a ticketing technology company your money, you may see Wet Leg's live on the Porch clip above.