Moist Leg have coated the music ‘Smoko’ by Australian punks The Chats – watch it under.
The Isle of Wight duo are Down Underneath at current to carry out at three-day music pageant Splendour In The Grass, which kicks off immediately (July 22). Their synth-y, deadpan cowl of ‘Smoko’, the breakout 2017 hit by Sunshine Coast trio The Chats, was launched by Australian youth broadcaster triple j immediately.
Moist Leg’s Rhian Teasdale donned a pair of pace seller sun shades for the quilt in an obvious tribute to The Chats frontman Eamon Sandwith and his fondness for the eyewear. Watch it under:
In an accompanying interview, Moist Leg’s Hester Chambers revealed that Teasdale had been the one to introduce her to ‘Smoko’. “The Chats are a beacon of pleasure and enjoyable and never being too severe in a severe world. Severely,” Chambers stated (considerably tentatively).
Teasdale stated it was “nerve-wracking” to cowl ‘Smoko’. “The explanation [the song] is nice as a result of it’s The Chats, that’s the reason it’s good as a result of it’s them performing it. Yeah, we have been shitting bricks. Are we allowed to say shitting bricks? Glorious.”
The Chats have since responded to the Moist Leg cowl, sharing a snippet on their Instagram story and writing: “Love ya Moist Leg, this guidelines.”
Moist Leg additionally carried out ‘Ur Mum’ from their self-titled debut album for triple j. Watch that under.
Each The Chats and Moist Leg might be acting at Splendour In The Grass this weekend. Moist Leg carry out immediately, whereas The Chats will play tomorrow.
Subsequent month, The Chats will launch their second album ‘Get Fucked’. To this point, they’ve shared singles together with ‘I’ve Been Drunk In Each Pub In Brisbane’ and ‘6L GTR’.
Moist Leg have been not too long ago handled to a canopy of their very own music ‘Moist Dream’ by Harry Kinds, who performed the music for BBC Radio 1’s Dwell Lounge.