Monday, December 27, 2021

The Wombats savour each moment with new single ‘Everything I Love Is Going to Die’

Popular Liverpudlian indie band, The Wombats have had a busy year performing at festivals over the summer, including Reading and Leeds. Leading on from that, they have returned with the release of their latest EP, which includes the track ‘Everything I Love Is Going to Die’. Despite what the title may suggest, worry not as it is not all doom and gloom.

The song serves as a gentle reminder to embrace life for what it is and to make the most of the people who are there to provide love and support. The release of the track has been perfectly timed, aligning the meaning of the song with the ongoing global crisis. It also plays with the idea of it often being tough to cut through the noise pollution to find a sense of clarity.  

Lyrics such as “Everything I love is going to die / Baby, keep your big mouth shut and stop wasting my time” reaffirms the paramount importance of disregarding time wasters, as life is quite simply too short and one should embrace living in the present moment. The music itself is upbeat and complimented by a contagious disco-inspired groove to drive the audience onto their feet. 

There is a quirky music video to accompany the track and it has already generated a great deal of curiosity as the graphics imitate that of a ‘90s retro video game. In addition, the lyrics are displayed on-screen, making it easy for the listener to sing-along. 

The song has already been met with an appraisal from The Wombats’ domestic and international following as they prepare for their world tour which is due to start at the beginning of the New Year.

The band have a busy year ahead, with planned trips to Brazil and Australia on the horizon. Be sure to check out The Wombats’ social media pages to keep track of their upcoming tour and future releases.  

Antony Bailey 


 Image: Official EP Artwork 


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