The Wombats have announced that they will be celebrating 10 years since the release of their debut album ‘ A Guide to Love, Loss and Desperation’ by playing a show at Brixton Academy on the 30th of June.
Liverpool’s finest Indie trio have established themselves as somewhat of a cult-hero of the alternative scene across the last decade and the announcement of the show was met by inconceivable delight. The band did tease the idea of a celebration at the end of January, after they put out a tweet voicing their disbelief that it has been a whole decade since the album’s release. The final words of said tweet read ‘Anyone fancy a party?’.
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Not only will the band be playing a show to commemorate the birthday of their debut album, but they have promised that new music will be coming soon. Their twitter bio currently reads ‘ Working on album number 4’.
This announcement came just two days after drummer Dan Haggis revealed that he is releasing solo album ‘Circadian Circus’ on February the 24th.
Tickets for the show will go on sale this Friday, the 10th of February at 9AM via TicketWeb, SeeTickets and SongKick.
— The WOMBATS (@thewombats) February 6, 2017