Wet Leg talk facing their fears, intimate gigs and famous fans
Isle of Wight two-piece Wet Leg are taking the world by storm. From picking their band name through random emoji combinations in 2019, to now playing Glastonbury and making their way to Australia for Splendour in the Grass, their meteoric rise doesn’t look to be slowing down anytime soon.
Soundcheck Feb 1-7: Laneway Festival, Dappled Cities, Cat Power & more
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Listen :: SOAK ‘B A Nobody’ live acoustic on Arvos
“I think the whole idea of ‘being a nobody’ is this really odd concept that’s like… the exact same as the idea of ‘being someone’.” 18 year old Bridie Monds-Watson, aka SOAK, blew us away with her young wisdom and a heartbreaking acoustic version of ‘B A Nobody’.
Watch: CHVRCHES interview with Chris Zajko & Michaela Morgan
CHVRCHES came into the station to discuss their debut Australian tour, the transition from day jobs to full time musicians and the possibility of returning for next year’s Laneway festival.