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The Wombats Launch Jump Into the Fog Remix Contest
The Wombats Launch “Jump Into the Fog” Remix Contest
Sponsored by FILTER
On Tour Now!
Friday, September 28th 2012—The Wombats are offering you the chance to remix their new single “Jump Into The Fog,” sponsored by FILTER! To enter, simply post your remix in the Soundcloud Dropbox HERE or post your remix on WebDoc HERE. The deadline to enter is October 22, 2012.Visit The Wombats FACEBOOK for more details.
One grand prize winner will receive one Wombats Ultimate Prize-Pack (including This Is Modern Glitch on 12”, t-shirt, guitar picks and more!), two tickets plus a meet & greet to a Wombats show of your choice, one year subscription for SoundCloud Pro account, a pair of custom filter V-Moda headphones, and your remix will be posted on all Wombats’ social networks! Three runners-up will win an autographed Wombats merch pack, a pair of custom filter V-Moda headphones and their remixes will also be shared across The Wombats’ social networks.
The Wombats are currently on a 6-week nationwide tour that will include stops at Austin City Limits and Seattle’s Bumbershoot. The tour is in support of their hit “Jump Into The Fog.” The new single off their highly-acclaimed album, The Wombats Proudly Present…This Modern Glitch (Bright Antenna/ILG), has been one of the band’s biggest airplay records ever in the UK and Australia, marking their sixth Top 40 single overseas. The single is proving to have similar success in the U.S. – not only did it reach #1 onSirius XM’s “Alt Nation” countdown, but it just surpassed the Top 15 mark on theAlternative Chart and continues to climb.
The Wombats’ sophomore album This Modern Glitch is the most successful outing from the Liverpool trio to date, debuting at #3 in the U.K. and # 2 in Australia, and receiving worldwide praise. Entertainment Weekly applauds their “bright, buzzy indie pop concoctions that have made audiences on both sides of the Atlantic shake and swoon,” while SPIN declares them “Echo & The Bunnymen for the internet age.” Similarly, The Sunday Times proclaims This Modern Glitch “a ten-song masterclass in spiky, lyrically-vivid, synth-coloured pop…nothing can detract (or distract) from this album’s infectiousness.”