The success of Isle of Wight band Wet Leg continues, as the quirky group features on America's National Public Radio's (NPR) Tiny Desk Concerts.

It's been a huge week for Islanders Rhian Teasdale and Hester Chambers, writers of Wet Dream and Chaise Longue.

As well as releasing new music, their NPR performance, recorded at the Isle of Wight's Ventnor Exchange, has been released.

Watch Wet Leg 's Tiny Desk (Home) Concert below...

Their Tiny Desk (Home) appearance sits alongside live sessions from some of the biggest bands around - Ed Sheeran, Tom Jones and Demi Lovato, among many, many more, have previously been featured.

The pair said on Instagram: "We’ve been watching tiny desk concerts for years.

"It was a complete surprise when they asked us to do our very own.

"So excited to be sharing this with you. Our very own @nprmusic Tiny Desk?!!."

By October 2021, NPR's Tiny Desk series had more than 800 gigs, which had been viewed 2 billion times.

The You Tube version of Wet Leg's performance has already been viewed more than 72,000 times since it was uploaded HERE yesterday (Wednesday).

Earlier this week, the band revealed plans for a new album and released two new singles.

Watch Too Late Now on YouTube (link below), along with the more than 174,000 others who have already seen it. 

Wet Leg played in Isle of Wight Festival's Big Top earlier this year.

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