It's a dirty slice of rock 'n' roll from Norway...

Wet Dreams are the stuff of fantasy.

Norwegian outlaws whose underground sound is as raw as they come, the band's fetid live shows seem to recall everyone from Motorhead to ZZ Top via Mudhoney.

The band's self-titled album is out now on Black Pop Records, a superb introduction to their caustic, electrifying sound.

Frontman Sebastian Ulstad Olsen leads the way, and his leering vocal on 'Boogie' seems to lurch out of the speakers and grab you by the throat.

He comments: "This song basically wrote itself. I’ve been a fan of raunchy and heavily distorted Boogie Rock since I first heard Guitar Wolf."

We're able to share the full video, which the vocalist said was "...filmed in the deep forests of our beloved Østfold, Norway, this is the site for a secret festival happening every year. If you know, you know…"

Tune in now.

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