Wet Leg - Wet Leg (2022) - Album Review
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I love that the UK music press has remembered it's past and has unrealistically amped up this duo to second coming of Christ levels. Despite the ear catching singles, the albums is a very patchy affair, and patches are almost all second hand, despite a fine and charismatic lead from Rhian Teasdale, a whiff of emperors new clothes permeates like moth balls.
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