Wombats: Beautiful People Will Ruin Your Life

Wombats SKU: 35500148
Wombats: Beautiful People Will Ruin Your Life

Wombats: Beautiful People Will Ruin Your Life

Wombats SKU: 35500148

Format: VINYL LP

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Title: Beautiful People Will Ruin Your Life
Artist: Wombats
Label: The Wombats
Product Type: VINYL LP
UPC: 5056167103493
Genre: Rock

Limited clear vinyl LP pressing. 2018 release, the fourth studio album from the British alt-rock band. People Will Ruin Your Life sees The Wombats continuing to assert themselves as one of the biggest and best guitar pop sensations of our time. Written from three corners of the globe - drummer Dan Haggis in London, bassist Tord Øverland Knudsen nursing his new family in Oslo and frontman Murph in Los Angeles - Beautiful People Will Ruin Your Life was created over long distance writing sessions, supplemented by intense two-week in-person sessions in Oslo. With the addition of producers Mark Crew (Bastille, Rag'n'Bone Man) and Catherine Marks (Wolf Alice), the album finds The Wombats pushing the boundaries of alt-pop innovation with a lush, ultramodern indie soundscape wrapped in Blade Runner synths, future grooves, celestial solos and space age melodies.

1.1 Cheetah Tongue
1.2 Lemon to a Knife Fight
1.3 Turn
1.4 Black Flamingo
1.5 White Eyes
1.6 Lethal Combination
1.7 Out of My Head
1.8 I Only Wear Black
1.9 Ice Cream
1.10 Dip You in Honey
1.11 I Don't Know Why I Like You But I Do
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