Wet Leg Cover “Smoko” des Chats and Play “Ur Mum” for “Like A Version” by triple j

Wet Leg Cover “Smoko” des Chats and Play “Ur Mum” for “Like A Version” by triple j

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Jul 22, 2022

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Wet Leg did a “Like A Version” session for Australian radio station Triple J where they covered “Smoko”, a song by Australian band The Chats, and also performed their own song, “Ur Mum”. Watch both performances below, along with an interview with the band about the cover.

The British duo (Rhian Teasdale and Hester Chambers) released their self-titled debut album in April via Domino.

The long-running “Like A Version” series simply sees artists doing a live cover version at triple j’s studios. Cats’ “Smoko” was originally released in 2017 (watch the video for their version below). The punk band is releasing a new album, GET FUCKEDon August 19 via Bargain Bin Records.

Wet Leg recently shared a new remix of “Too Late Now” by Belgian electronic rock band Soulwax.

In June, Wet Leg performed to huge crowds at Glastonbury. Watch them perform their viral hit ‘Chaise Longue’ at the UK festival here. The band recently revealed in an interview with Absolute Radio’s Ben Burrell, backstage at the Isle of Wight Festival, that they have already completed their second album. In May, Wet Leg performed two songs (“Wet Dream” and “Ur Mom”) on the BBC music show Later… with Jools Holland.

wet leg landed at No. 1 on the Official UK Albums Chart and in America also reached No. 14 on the Billboard 200 album chart (and No. 4 on the Billboard Album Sales Chart). wet leg also debuted at No. 1 on the Australian Albums Chart.

Stream the album here.

Pop superstar Harry Styles recently covered Wet Leg’s 2021 single “Wet Dream” during a session for BBC Radio 1’s Live Lounge. Wet Leg will be supporting the British singer as he tours Australia and New Zealand next year.

We recently posted an unsettling and hilarious parody cover of Wet Leg’s 2021 hit “Chaise Longue” by a band calling themselves Moist Limb. Moist Limb’s version is titled “Black Throne” and comes with a video that remakes the “Chaise Longue” video in horror movie mode (hearts are eaten). “Throne Noir” translates to “Dark Throne”.

“Chaise Longue” was No. 1 on our list of the top 130 songs of 2021.

Read our 2021 interview with Wet Leg on “Chaise Longue”.

Read our recent interview with Wet Leg about their album here.

Read our glowing review of wet leg here.

wet leg features the songs “Chaise Longue” (which was one of our songs of the week), “Wet Dream”, which topped our list of songs of the week, “Oh No” and “Too Late Now”, the latter also tops our Songs of the Week list. Next, they shared a video for “Oh No.” This was followed by another single, “Angelica”, shared via another of their fun self-directed videos. “Angelica” also made our Song of the Week list.

Then the duo did a Tiny Desk (Home) gig for NPR, performed “Chaise Longue” on Late Night with Seth Meyers, and stopped by SiriusXMU to perform a cover of Madonna’s “Material Girl.” Then in March, Wet Leg stopped The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallonwhere they performed “Wet Dream” on the broadcast show and “Chaise Longue” as a web exclusive.

Wet Leg released one final pre-release single, “Ur Mum,” via another fun video. “Ur Mum” also made our Song of the Week list. Afterwards, the band shared a “Live on the Porch” session with them performing five songs from the album in their home Isle of Wight.

They also announced new North American tour dates and shared On tour with wet lega mini-documentary chronicling a previous tour of the East Coast of the United States.

Wet Legs Tour Dates:

July 22 – Splendor in the Grass, Byron Bay

July 24 – The Hordern Pavilion, Sydney w/ Yeah Yeah Yeahs

July 25 – Oxford Art Factory, Sydney

July 29 – Lollapalooza, Chicago

July 30 – Mo Pop Festival, Detroit

July 31 – Osheaga Music And Arts Festival, Montreal

August 2 – The Phoenix Concert Theatre, Toronto

August 4 – Commodore Ballroom, Vancouver

August 5 – Pickathon, Portland

August 7 – Outside Lands Festival, San Francisco

August 13 – Haldern Pop Festival, Rees-Haldern

August 17 – Green Cabaret Festival, Charleville-Mézières

August 18 – La Route Du Rock, Saint Malo

August 19 – Lowland Festival, Biddinghuizen

August 20 – Pukkelpop Festival, Hasselt

August 21 – Winterhurer Musikfestwochen, Winterthur

August 26 – Thing Festival, Seattle

August 28 – This is no picnic, Los Angeles

August 30 – Aztec Theater, San Antonio

August 31 – Here and There Festival, Dallas

September 1 – Tipitina’s Uptown, New Orleans

September 2 – Nelsonville Festival, Ohio

September 3 – The Plaza Live, Orlando

September 4 – Variety Playhouse, Atlanta

September 10 – Westword Festival, Denver

September 11 – Ghost Ranch Festival, Santa Fe

September 13 – The Depot, Salt Lake City

September 15 – The Van Buren, Phoenix

September 16 – Life is good, Las Vegas

September 17 – Madison Square Garden, New York with Florence + The Machine

September 18 – Sea Hear Now, Asbury Park

October 3 – Stage C3, Guadalajara

October 4 – Lunario, Mexico City

October 6 – Climate Pledge Arena, Seattle with Florence + The Machine

Oct. 7 – McDonald Theater, Eugene

October 9 – Shoreline Amphitheatre, Mountain View with Florence + The Machine

October 12 – Cal Coast Credit Union Open Air Theatre, San Diego with Florence + The Machine

October 15 – Hollywood Bowl, Los Angeles with Florence + The Machine

October 23 – Strom, Munich

October 25 – Magazzini Generali, Milan

October 26 – Mascot, Zurich

October 29 – Mojo Club, Hamburg

November 4 – Trix, Antwerp

November 5 – Vera, Groningen

November 6 – Astra Kulturhaus, Berlin

November 7 – Kantine, Cologne

November 9 – Elysee Montmartre, Paris

November 10 – Rockhal Club, Esch-sur-Alzette

November 11 – Paradiso, Amsterdam

November 13 – UEA, Norwich

November 14 – O2 Academy Bristol, Bristol

November 15 – O2 Academy Liverpool, Liverpool

November 17 – SWG3, Glasgow

18 November – Leeds Beckett Students’ Union, Leeds

November 19 – O2 Ritz, Manchester

November 21 – O2 Institute, Birmingham

November 23 – O2 Forum Kentish Town, London

November 24 – O2 Forum Kentish Town, London

November 25 – Rock City, Nottingham

November 27 – Limelight, Belfast

November 28 – Academy, Dublin

December 5 – Delmar Hall, St. Louis

December 6 – Truman, Kansas City

December 8 – WKQZ Holiday Show, Chicago

2023:

February 13 – Nagoya Club Quattro, Nagoya

February 14 – Umeda Club Quattro, Osaka

February 15 – O-East, Tokyo

February 20 – HBF Park, Perth with Harry Styles

February 24 – Marvel Stadium, Melbourne with Harry Styles

February 25 – Marvel Stadium, Melbourne with Harry Styles

February 28 – Metricon Stadium, Gold Coast with Harry Styles

March 3 – Accor Stadium, Sydney with Harry Styles

March 4 – Accor Stadium, Sydney with Harry Styles

March 7 – MT Smart Stadium, Auckland with Harry Styles
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