This Liverpool indie-pop band's third album emits exuberance from every angle. Bright electronics, dreamy distorted guitars, and Matthew Murphy's charming, engaging vocals come together for festival-ready singalong anthems like "Emoticons." "Give Me a Try's" gleaming synth strut suggests they're successors to The Killers—smarter, but just as hooky. On "Greek Tragedy," the band proves they're more than just a party band, delivering a convincing pop power-ballad about knowing it's time to walk away. The band has said Glitterbug was written with an L.A. mindset, and it's easy to see The Wombats fitting in with the many electro-pop bands of Los Angeles. With Glitterbug , The Wombats are ready for their close-up.