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Representing the best of the English indie rock and punk music, The Wombats was formed in 2003. With the vision to bring forth one of the finest in punk music, the band has simply taken the indie rock to an entirely new vista. Emerging from Liverpool, England, the band became the true reflection of the English music that the upcoming generation cherishes to listen to. The native Liverpudlians Haggis, Murphy and Tord formed the band which was simply flowing with beats and lyrics to impress the post punk lovers. The band soon signed to Bright Antenna label for US recordings and 14th Floor Records for recordings in the UK.

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About The Wombats

The journey of music began for the members of The Wombats when they completed their studies from Liverpool College and stepped in Liverpool Institute of Performing Arts. The trio became friends soon and thus with the same intention of bringing forth the punk rock music, The Wombats was soon formed. During 2004-2005 the band released a number of EP’s that instantly became a success and was applauded by the music lovers. Singles like “No. 3” and “The Hangover Sessions” became an instant hit.
In 2008, the band started off as the opening act of the Liverpool, European Capital of Culture arranged at Liverpool Arena. It was during this time that The Wombats started gaining praise and recognition while not to forget their appearance at the UK Singles Charts too. In 2008, the band was also stated as the Best Dancefloor Filler as their single Lets Dance to Joy Division was awarded at NME Awards. In 2008, the band released The Wombats EP under the label of Bright Antenna which turned out to be a huge success. Followed by this the band also went on a European tour and later to Japan for an extensive show of their beats that were a hot favorite to the listeners.
The band started performing at a number of major arenas and festivals soon thus gaining fame and recognition like anything. They were greatly followed by the passionate music lovers thus proving their talent and caliber to the music industry. During the summer of 2008, the band gave live performance at a number of festivals including T in the Park and Glastonbury Festival. Not just this, the band also made its appearance on the Australian soap Neighbours in 2008 which also boosted their fame. The band announced in 2010 that their work on the second album This Modern Glitch is nearly complete and that the first single to be released from the album marked a huge applause as the single soared number 23 on the UK Singles Chart. Thus the single “Tokyo Vampires & Wolves” was rated as the third top rated single of the band to date. In 2011, the band also played at the Southside and Hurricane music festivals in Germany.
With huge following and the overpowering music beats, anyone who listens to the lyrics of the band simply falls in love with it and surely yearns to listen to more. The Wombats tickets are one such thing hard to resist as the punk rock lovers pounce upon it as the sale goes on. With a humble start and continuous struggle at the back end, the band is simply reaching the heights by leaps and bounds. With cheap The Wombats tickets grab the charm and witness of the band performing before you.  The excitement is humongous so reserve your share for a memorable evening. The platinum album released in 2007 with the smashing hit singles “Kill the Director”, “Moving to New York” and the dance number “Let’s Dance to Joy Division”, the band has simply amazed the world with their super hit numbers hard to find anywhere else. With tiring endless efforts of eighteen months, the band finally came out for a mammoth tour that simply took them to great heights. With variety to be seen throughout the bands career, there is a lot of variety to be seen in the beats. Although the instruments are not quite different from others but they have been explored pretty well. The band has simply amazed many music lovers and is constantly doing so. They surely prove the fact that hard work never goes wasted which lies very true in their case!