ISLE of Wight band, Wet Leg, continue to impress.

Fronted by art-pop duo Rhian Teasdale and Hester Chambers, the band have gone from strength to strength.

Their latest success is placing second in BBC Radio 1's Sound of 2022 poll, ahead of the release of their debut album this April.

Third place went to Mimi Webb, who is set to perform at the Isle of Wight Festival later this year.

It's been something of a meteoric rise for Wet Leg ­— a band that released their third single, Too Late Now, as recent as November.

Together with their second release, Wet Dream, it followed in the slipstream of storming debut single, Chaise Longue, which garnered praise from far and wide.

Duran Duran frontman, Simon Le Bon, even named the debut track as the best song of 2021.

In October, the band also appeared on BBC2 music show, Later With Jools Holland.

Jools is know for bringing together hot, legendary and undiscovered artists for live studio performances, interviews and musical magic.

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