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Watch Wet Leg’s Retro New Video For ‘Ur Mum’

Wet Leg has released their last single before their self-titled debut album. The group has been building up a strong catalog of singles since last June for their forthcoming project.  “Ur Mom” is available along with an accompanying video before the full album’s release on Friday.

The Isle of Wight band brings in feelings of impatience with the slow pace of life on their island small town, while also being a self-described “diss song” directed at Teasdale’s ex-boyfriend.

“I was pretty angry at the way things had gone in this particular dynamic,” Teasdale said. “It’s just a diss song I wrote to make myself feel better. It worked.”

“The ‘Ur Mum’ video was all about bringing the viewer into the Wet Leg world – sprinkling details throughout the visual that not only reference at least 4 songs off the album but also plenty of inside jokes within the band too,” Video director Lava La Rue said. “Artistically it shows where the aesthetic of American indie films like Napoleon Dynamite fit perfectly in the scape of rural British settings – this concept first came to me when the band took me to IOW for the first time – I saw the connection and it all clicked into place.”

Rhian Teasdale and Hester Chambers–the duo that makes up Wet Leg–have seen rapid success since they began releasing music a little less than a year ago. Since then, the duo has gotten 40M global streams and 9M YouTube views on their releases so far. Before the release of their debut, the band has already finished up extensive touring in North America including SXSW showcases, a YSL Academy Awards pre-party, performing on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon and The Late Late Show with James Corden.

The forthcoming album is available for preorder here.

Wet Leg Tour Dates

Thursday April 7th – Banquet @ PRYZM, Kingston (early & late) – sold out

Friday April 8th – Rough Trade East, London (matinee & evening) – sold out

Saturday April 9th – Resident, Brighton – sold out

Sunday April 10th – Rough Trade, Bristol – sold out

Monday April 11th – Rough Trade, Nottingham – sold out

Tuesday April 12th – HMV, Birmingham – sold out

Wednesday April 13th – Bear Tree Records out-store at The Foundry, Sheffield – sold out

April 16th – Newcastle University, Newcastle – sold out

April 17th – The Mash House, Edinburgh – sold out

April 19th – Brudenell Social Club, Leeds – sold out

April 20th – Gorilla, Manchester – sold out

April 21st – Trinity Centre, Bristol – sold out

April 23rd – o2 Institute, Birmingham – sold out

April 24th – Norwich Arts Centre, Norwich – sold out

April 26th – Electric Ballroom, London – sold out

April 27th – The Wedgewood Rooms, Portsmouth – sold out

May 14th – Point Ephemere, Paris – sold out

May 15th – Le Nuits Botanique @ Botanique Rotonde, Brussels

May 16th – Jaki, Cologne

May 19th – Doornroosje, Nijmegen

May 20th – Rotown, Rotterdam – sold out

May 21st – London Calling @ Paradiso, Amsterdam

May 23rd – Milla, Munich

May 24th – Milla, Munich – sold out

May 25th – Berghain/Kantine, Berlin – sold out

May 28th – Neighbourhood Weekender @ Victoria Park, Warrington

June 16th – Isle of Wight Festival, Newport

June 23rd – The Louisiana, Bristol – Independent Venue Week – sold out

July 9th – TRNSMT @ Glasgow Green, Glasgow

August 25th – Rickshaw Theatre, Vancouver – sold out

October 23rd – Strom, Munich

October 25th – Magazzini Generali, Milan

October 26th – Mascotte, Zurich

October 29th – Mojo Club, Hamburg

November 4th – Trix, Antwerp

November 5th – Vera, Groningen

November 6th – Astra Kulturehaus, Berlin

November 7th – Kantine, Cologne

November 9th – Elysee Montmartre, Paris

November 10th – Rockhal Club, Esch-sur-alzette

November 11th – Paradiso Noord, Amsterdam

November 13th – UEA, Norwich – sold out

November 14th – O2 Academy Bristol, Bristol – sold out

November 15th – O2 Academy Liverpool, Liverpool – sold out

November 17th – SWG3, Glasgow – sold out

November 18th – Leeds Beckett Students Union, Leeds – sold out

November 19th – O2 Ritz, Manchester – sold out

November 21st – O2 Institute, Birmingham

November 23rd – O2 Forum Kentish Town, London – sold out

November 24th – O2 Forum Kentish Town, London – sold out

November 25th – Rock City, Nottingham – sold out

November 27th – Limelight, Belfast

November 28th – Academy, Dublin