The much anticipated debut from Wet Leg has arrived to much fanfare and acclaim. Lead single ‘Chaise Longue’ has become omnipresent with its instantly catchy riffs, smirkingly memorable lyrics and feel good vibes drawing comparisons to Indie stalwarts such as Franz Ferdinand and Pulp. While it’s an ideal primer for the Wet Leg sound of acutely British guitar driven Indie replete with wit, cynicism and a hint of surrealism, it’s also the most on-the-nose track here. Elsewhere the sound is more woozy and off-kilter, while influences also take as much from ‘90s US Indie as artsy Brit Pop. Most important to this differentiator is the way Wet Leg wield a female perspective in their cutting observations, in the manner of Sleater-Kinney or The Breeders, rather than the historically male-dominant UK Indie sound. Through pithy one-liners and ear-worm melodies, Wet Leg have crafted a nonchalant album brimming with fun.