October 29, 2007 11:26

Hear The Wombats' debut album a week early

Check out the Liverpool band's record for free

Hear The Wombats' debut album a week early
The Wombats release their debut album next week (November 5), but you can hear it now on NME.COM.

’The Wombats Proudly Present A Guide To Love, Loss And Desperation’ is available in seven days' time, but to hear streams of the record simply head to The Wombatsartist page and launch the media player.

You can also get a taste of Metric’s previously unreleased first album ’Grow Up And Blow Away’, which is released today (October 29), by heading to their artist page and launching the media player.

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