Wet Leg win big at BRIT Awards & GRAMMYs

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Isle of White British band Wet Leg have won 2 BRIT Awards and 2 GRAMMYs in 2023. Wet Leg have started 2023 off with a bang, and they don’t look to be slowing down.

After a fantastic 2022, Isle of Wight natives Rhian Teasdale and Hester Chambers took home the BRIT Awards for Best New artist and Best British Group- beating the likes of Artic Monkeys, Nova Twins and The 1975. They also took home the GRAMMY’s for ‘Best Alternative Album’ (“Wet Leg”) and ‘Best Alternative Music Performance’ (“Chaise Lounge”) at the 65th Annual GRAMMY Awards.

Watch them collect the award for Best New Artist at the BRITS below.

Nominated against the likes of Arcade Fire and the Arctic Monkeys, these awards, and nominations, mark a huge milestone for the adored UK band and will likely be the first of many for the hitmakers.

They performed their hit ‘Chaise Longue’ at the BRIT Awards last night- watch below.

Described by Rolling Stone as ‘Relentlessly Catchy Post-Punk’, Wet Leg – who’s name comes from an Isle of Wight epithet to describe non locals – released their self-titled debut album via independent label Domino in April 2022 and quickly became one of the most critically acclaimed albums of 2022. Their debut single, ‘Chaise Lounge’, was released in June 2021, followed by single ‘Wet Dreams’ a few months later which both became viral hits. The bands increasing popularity and promotion of the album pushed them into a string of late-night show performances, with performances on Jimmy Kimmel Live and Later…With Jools Holland. 2022 also saw the band appear on NPR’s fabled Tiny Desk Concert and nominated for the coveted Mercury Prize.

In 2023 not only are Wet Leg the support act for Harry Styles, they’re embarking on their own worldwide tour. Below are all the dates, including when they’re supporting Harry Styles

Tour Dates

February 12th – O-East, Tokyo
February 13th – Nagoya Club Quattro, Nagoya
February 14th – Umeda Club Quattro, Osaka
February 15th – O-East, Tokyo
February 20th – HBF Park, Perth *
February 24th – Marvel Stadium, Melbourne *
February 25th – Marvel Stadium, Melbourne *
February 28th – Metricon Stadium, Gold Coast *
March 3rd – Accor Stadium, Sydney *
March 4th – Accor Stadium, Sydney *
March 7th – MT Smart Stadium, Auckland *
May 13th – Casa Arena, Horsens *
May 14th – Casa Arena, Horsens *
May 17th – Olympiastadion, Munich *
May 18th – Olympiastadion, Munich *
May 22nd – Building Society Arena, Coventry *
May 3rd – Building Society Arena, Coventry *
May 26th – Murrayfield, Edinburgh *
May 27th – Murrayfield, Edinburgh *
June 1st – Stade De France, Paris *
June 2nd – Stade De France, Paris *
June 5th – Johan Cruijff ArenA, Amsterdam *
June 6th – Johan Cruijff ArenA, Amsterdam *
June 10th – Slane Castle, Slane *
June 13th – Wembley Stadium, London *
June 14th – Wembley Stadium, London *
June 16th – Wembley Stadium, London *
June 17th – Wembley Stadium, London *
June 20th – Principality Stadium, Cardiff *
June 21st – Principality Stadium, Cardiff *
June 24th – Werchter Park, Werchter *
June 27th – Merkur-Speil Arena, Dusseldorf *
June 28th – Merkur-Speil Arena, Dusseldorf *
July 2nd – PGE Narodony, Warsaw *
July 5th – Deutsche Bank Park, Frankfurt *
July 8th – Ernst-Happel-Stadion, Vienna *
July 12th – Estadi Olimpic Lluis Company, Barcelona *
July 14th – Espacio Mad Cool, Madrid *
July 18th – Passeio Maritimo Alges, Lisbon *
July 22nd – Emilia RCF Arena, Reggio *

  • w/ Harry Style

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