When NME last spoke to Toothless – aka Bombay Bicycle Club bassist Ed Nash – back in June, he was determined to make the dreamy folk-pop project his “main thing……
The musician will play his debut live show in London in May
Band confirm they have no plans to make new music and are pursuing solo ventures
'It just takes a while for us to think about what's going to happen with it,' Jack Steadman says
The show was the last ever gig to take place at London's Earls Court Arena
The band had previously labeled the album "invasive"
The band will tour the UK this December with support from Peace
Band tell NME of their concern at Apple placing 'Songs of Innocence' on iTunes without warning
Tour begins in Leicester and ends in Newcastle
Jack Steadman says: 'I will always pay my taxes'
Band reveal tongue-in-cheek documentary ahead of December 13 gig
The band recently played a stadium in Warsaw and branded the experience 'strange'
Video comes ahead of Glastonbury performance this weekend
The Charles Rennie Mackintosh building caught on fire on Friday
Guitarist Jamie MacColl says he does not believe Metallica are the right headliners for this year's event
'To The Bone' will be available as a limited edition seven-inch
The song is taken from the London band's Number One album 'So Long, See You Tomorrow'
London band take on dance duo's song on BBC Radio 1's Live Lounge
'So Long, See You Tomorrow' propels band to Number One spot ahead of Maximo Park
Meanwhile, Clean Bandit remains top of the Official Singles Chart
Band's fourth album 'So Long, See You Tomorrow' is in line for the top spot
Frontman Jack Steadman embraced local musicians while travelling the world
Slowdive, Hall & Oates and First Aid Kit also added to Suffolk festival
Bombay Bicycle Club – So Long, See You Tomorrow While Bombay Bicycle Club’s desire to approach every new album as an opportunity to reinvent themselves is admirable, it has…
Bass player Ed Nash says there is a lack of bands headlining festivals and appearing on the radio
The track comes from the group's fourth album 'So Long, See You Tomorrow'
The London band will now play Liverpool O2 Academy on March 15, 2014
The track comes from the London band's fourth album 'So Long, See You Tomorrow'
Band will release their fourth album on February 3 next year
The band will play Albert Hall on March 20 and 21 of next year