November 2011
Music Week;11/11/2011, Issue 45, p19
Trade Publication
The article discusses the return of "The Wombles" music band in Great Britain to plot their comeback. It states that in summer 2013, the band played in Glastonbury after they were mistakenly booked. It cites that the band were trending on Twitter and pulled bigger audience than the main act. It also mentions that there are plans to create digital strategies which will see websites and games.


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