With their fourth album „Beautiful People Will Ruin Your Life“ The Wombats from Liverpool are currently on a big European tour. Recently the record was released in a deluxe version, which includes three new songs expressing the new seriousness with brilliant melodies and gifted lyrics. Since the release much going on at the Wombats with sold-out tours and top chart positions. With this success, The Wombats came back to Germany for two exclusive shows in Berlin and Cologne.
Last Friday on 08.02, Columbiahalle experienced a great the Wombats show and the wonderful Britpop band had two special guests: Bloxx and Circa Waves… No wonder why the tickets for the concert in the Columbiahalle were in great demand.
The show was opened by BLOXX, West London four-piece band. They did their job really well in Columbiahalle. The crowd was satisfied, their style fits perfectly to the Wombats. They brought their ambient vibes and grungy undertones to the air.
Circa Waves was the support band with massive riffs and catchy vocals. The indie rock band from Liverpool had very dynamic concert with the audience, the band’s outstanding energy an special show elements noticeable changed the mood in Columbiahalle. Circa Waves have announced details of their third album. ‚What’s It Like Over There?‚ lands on 5th April. After revealing a pair of new tracks- ‚Movies‘ and ‚Be Somebody Good‘ both receiving premieres on Annie Mac’s BBC Radio 1 show.
The Wombats started to their gig with a light show, had a fantastic opening with their hits Cheetah Tongue no surprises right at the beginning. Kill the Director was the point where they got all the audience. The Brits charisma stayed during their performance. Their hit „Let’s Dance to Joy Division“ The Wombats was closed to finish regular set before returning to the stage for three encores including Turn and as last Greek Tragedy. The 90 minutes a good concert ends with some suprises, big balloons have sent to the audience and dancing bear mascots on the stage. The Wombats showed they are one of the biggest and best guitar-pop sensations of our time.