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The Wombats at Terminal 5 (November 24, 2015)

By Will Oliver, February 27th 2016 — with 1 comment

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On November 24, British rock trio The Wombats returned to New York City for their largest headlining show to date at Terminal 5. This came after their more intimate performances here earlier in the year at Rough Trade NYC and Webster Hall. All shows were in support of their 2015 release Glitterbug.

The band are the rare case of an act who has seemed to not only regain the popularity that they found on their debut album, but almost surpass it with an at-capacity audience that was loud and full of life. The Wombats have found that sweet spot of being able to do what they want at this point of their career, and having their fans follow them every bit of the way.

Find some shots from their Terminal 5 performance posted below.
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The Wombats at Webster Hall (April 27th, 2015)

By Anthony Bauer, May 5th 2015


New York City has seen a recent pattern emerging of late. The pattern is the booking of fantastic bands that hail from the UK, all playing venues that tend to be on the smaller side. If any of these shows were in the UK, these bands would be playing venues twice maybe three times as as big, or even arenas which makes these shows that much more special for us here in the city.

A prime example of this happening is when The Wombats rolled into a sold out show at Webster Hall on April 27th, touring in support of their fantastic new album Glitterbug. Supporting and along for the ride were openers Cheerleader and Life in Film, and they did not disappoint.
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The Wombats at Rough Trade NYC (January 19, 2015)

By Will Oliver, January 20th 2015 — with 2 comments

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Like so many others, young English trio The Wombats caught my attention in 2007 with their triumphant breakthrough single “Let’s Dance To Joy Division.” Here we are, eight years later, and I was finally able to catch the energetic bunch live in the flesh. Last night they stopped by Rough Trade NYC for a intimate warm-up show before the much larger tour that will follow the release of their upcoming new album Glitterbug. Read the rest of this entry »

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