NEWS: BOMBAY BICYCLE CLUB – UK TOUR DATES

Bombay Bicycle Club Bombay Bicycle Club’s critically acclaimed fourth album, ‘So Long, See You Tomorrow’, captures the results of singer Jack Steadman’s picaresque adventures in the likes of Turkey and India throughout 2013.  Joyously escapist, its electronic-inflected and Bollywood-referencing sound made good on the Eastern promise, as it went straight to Number 1 in the album charts (Feb 2014) and reached silver status in record... Read More

NEWS: BOMBAY BICYCLE CLUB NEW VIDEO

Riding on the wave of a No.1 album, the diversely talented Bombay Bicycle Club have announced ‘Come To’ as their next single. This will be released on August 18th through Island Records, and will undoubtedly be the soundtrack to the summer festival season. The album ‘So Long, See You Tomorrow’ – their fourth in five years – saw the band that are not even halfway through their twenties break through the traditional confines of indie,... Read More

NEWS: BOMBAY BICYCLE CLUB – INTERACTIVE VIDEO FOR ‘CARRY ME’ + NEW LP

Bombay Bicycle Club, North London’s most prolific and underrated band, have unveiled details of their fourth album in five years (due out on February 3rd 2014 through Island Records) as well as the record’s first single ‘Carry Me’. The first single from the new album, ‘Carry Me’ is a monumental fists in the air dance anthem that is probably the band’s most daring, explosive and exciting departure yet from their previous... Read More

NEWS: BOMBAY BICYCLE CLUB – UK TOUR SUPPORTS ANNOUNCED + FREE REMIX BY TOM VEK

North London’s finest, Bombay Bicycle Club, have sold out of more than 10,000 tickets to their local homecoming gig at Alexandra Palace on Saturday April 28 2012. In recent years the legendary venue has become famous for hosting notable shows by the likes of Jay-Z, Arcade Fire and Arctic Monkeys while their date follows on the heels of shows there by The Black Keys and Florence & The Machine. And this week Bombay Bicycle Club have been nominated... Read More

NEWS: BOMBAY BICYCLE CLUB – SCUBA REMIX OF ‘HOW CAN YOU SWALLOW SO MUCH SLEEP’

Bombay Bicycle Club have unveiled a brand new remix of their current single ‘How Can You Swallow So Much Sleep’ from UK dubstep’s most idiosyncratic of voices, Scuba. ‘How Can You Swallow So Much Sleep’ is the fourth single from Bombay Bicycle Club’s third album ‘A Different Kind of Fix’. It’s released on the 9th April via Island Records. Bombay Bicycle Club have quietly sold more than 350,000... Read More

NEWS: BOMBAY BICYCLE CLUB – NEW ANIMATED VIDEO

North London’s finest, Bombay Bicycle Club, have this morning unveiled a beautiful animated video to their new single ‘How Can You Swallow So Much Sleep’, which is released on the 2nd April via Island Records. Created by animator Anna Ginsburg, it has taken six months to build & film and is made even more personal by the fact that Anna also went to school with the band. If you’d like more information you can also read Anna’s... Read More

NEWS: BOMBAY BICYCLE CLUB – REMIX OF LIGHTS OUT

Having kicked-off their huge UK tour on Friday night with a stunning show in Brighton, Bombay Bicycle Club have this morning unveiled the first remix of their new single ‘Lights Out, Words Gone’ from the brilliant Dark Sky. ‘Lights Out, Words Gone’ is the second single to be taken from the band’s third album ‘A Different Kind of Fix’. It follows ‘Shuffle’, which reached Radio One A-list and became... Read More

SINGLE: Bombay Bicycle Club – Rinse Me Down

Muffled drums without cymbals and purely acoustic guitars give ‘Rinse Me Down’ a sort of ‘farmhouse folk’ feel. It’s all in keeping with the very diatonic, upbeat folk of the moment. It is very lively – in an understated way – especially when the hi-hat kicks in before the second verse, bringing in an uplifting instrumental. It could be a long-lost Stone Roses b-side, but for the softness (and tunefulness) of the vocals and the restrained... Read More