New music is exactly what the doctor ordered and The Wombats who aimed to please have delivered with Everything I Love Is Going To Die.
The Wombats are back with a new album on the horizon meaning things could not be any better than that moment on release day.
The Wombats, despite being deep in their career now, continue to put out great tracks and Method to the Madness is yet another they can add to their resume.
Electronic duo Peking Duck and The Wombats know how to make great music and coming together was a stroke of genius as it resulted in Nothing to Love About Love.
Released just in time for Christmas are forty tracks on the latest from The Wombats called B-Z Sides (2003-2017) In Rough Chronological Order. Great stuff to say the least.
A classic track from The Wombats from an electric set at the Reading and Leeds Festival.
While Turn has been out for a while now, it is always nice to see The Wombats do a little something different and this piano version keeps it fresh.
The Wombats are back with a new cut off the extended version of their latest album and they manage to play around with a different sound to their advantage with Oceans, a […]
Bee-Sting is everything you expect from the band at this point – a fun and catchy track wrapped in utter greatness.
Some have said that the lineup for this year’s Reading and Leeds Festivals was playing it safe, refusing to take any chances and yet when one does actually look at the list […]