Lock it in!
“You may be an inanimate object but you’ve been a great companion throughout my life and you’ve got great legs!”
Another taste of ‘Beautiful People Will Ruin Your Life’.
Drake was not an influence we were expecting.
“I’m being completely honest, even on the first album, there’s a couple of fillers on there. I don’t think this record has any of that.”
A very popular one, too.
The Wombats are wom-back!
Are The Wombats about to pull a Beyoncé?
Sha’us ya tips!
The results from triple j’s listeners’ poll are in.
You know how they say the eldest child is usually the favourite? Well the Lorne leg of the 2015/2016 Falls Festival is getting a bit of extra special treatment, with 28 new acts announced for the bill. The original Falls site, now celebrating its 23rd year in action, completely sold out within hours of tickets
The Wombats have announced a single Australian headlining show during their tenure at the upcoming Falls and Southbound festivals. The stand-alone sideshow will take place at Sydney’s Hordern Pavilion on Sunday, 3rd January 2016. The Brit-pop trio just can’t seem to get enough of Australia, having only visited us earlier this year for Splendour In
UPDATE 30/08/16: The huge Field Day 2017 lineup has now been announced! The full lineup for Sydney’s annual New Year’s Day music festival Field Day has been unveiled with the likes of UK duo Disclosure, Australia’s own Flight Facilities and English indie-rockers The Wombats leading the pack of artists helping punters kick off the first
With New Year’s Eve drawing ever closer, Falls Festival and Southbound Festival have announced some very special additions to their year ending parties, with a whole swathe of artists just announced. Leading the ranks of new additions are The Wombats, the indie rock darlings joining the Southbound and Falls Marion Bay and Byron Bay line-ups,
English indie-rockers The Wombats have taken to the triple j studios to cover Aussie singer-songwriter Jarryd James‘ hit single Do You Remember for Like A Version. Fresh from performing a handful of sideshows around Splendour In The Grass, The Wombats layered guitars over some gritty bass synth for their Do You Remember cover, but stayed
You know it’s the Monday after Splendour when there’s a guy on someone’s shoulders still waving a gumboot around in the air – we get it, no one’s quite ready to let the weekend go. Thankfully, The Wombats were more than happy to keep the party alive for a few short hours more. “Sydney, my
Listen guys, I may have gone on a bit yesterday about how the bad weather was never going to be enough to harsh this Splendour vibe but on Day 2 I have to admit, it’s kinda started to become an issue. While festival goers burned their faces under the glorious Byron sun, they simultaneous battled