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The Wombats drop new album cut ‘Ready For The High’

New Album Out January 7th

The Wombats 2021 press shot

Following on from the announcement of their new album Fix Yourself, Not The World, The Wombats unveil their new track Ready For The High, the latest offering from the new album which will be released 7th January 2022 via AWAL. Listen to Ready For The High below.

Speaking of the new track, frontman Murph said:

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Ready for the High’ is a 90’s inspired track that I was excited to toss a load of trumpets into. The song is about being engulfed in a bad place, but rather than accepting this as immutable, acknowledging that it is only temporary and that better times are closer than they (currently) appear.

Ready For High follows on from recent hit singles If You Ever Leave, I’m Coming With You and Method To Madness. The trio’s new album, Fix Yourself, Not The World, was recorded remotely over the past year.

Drummer Dan Haggis commented on making the album:

We’re so excited for people to hear this new album! We’ve explored new genres and pushed ourselves further than ever musically. It will always stand out for us in our memories from our other albums as we recorded it across three cities during lockdown, and we weren’t all in the same room at the same time!

Next April, the band will head on a UK arena tour, with stops in Leeds, Glasgow, Cardiff, Liverpool and Scarborough, as well as their biggest ever headline show at The O2, London on 15th April. Tickets are available here*.

Fix Yourself, Not The World is available to pre-order on digital and limited edition physical formats*.

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Deborah Jacobs

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