IT’S fair to say that no other debut album will arrive with such a wave of hype as Wet Leg’s this Friday. The Isle of Wight duo’s self-titled debut is already receiving heaps of praise which suggests the hype has been justified.

Ahead of its release though, the band have shared one final preview single ‘Ur Mum’ – and it perfectly encapsulates everything we love about the band. Now known for their wicked sense of humour, for every giddy hook, a sardonic line quickly follows.

In this case, ‘Ur Mom’ opens with the line ‘When I think about what you’ve become / I feel sorry for your mum.” It’s a bouncy track – half pissed-off put-down and half farewell to a dead-end hometown.

“I was pretty angry at the way things had gone in this particular dynamic,” Rhian Teasdale said in a statement. “It’s just a diss song I wrote to make myself feel better. It worked.”

“Ur Mum” also comes with a video directed by Lava La Rue. “The ‘Ur Mum’ video was all about bringing the viewer into the Wet Leg world – sprinkling details throughout the visual that not only reference at least 4 songs off the album but also plenty of inside jokes within the band too,” La Rue said. “Artistically it shows where the aesthetic of American indie films like Napoleon Dynamite fit perfectly in the scape of rural British settings — this concept first came to me when the band took me to IOW for the first time — I saw the connection and it all clicked into place.” Check it out below.