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Alt-J, Bombay Bicycle Club and Slaves members to display artwork at new exhibition

The exhibition will run at London's A-Side B-Side Gallery from August 7-11

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Members of Alt-J and Bombay Bicycle Club will showcase work at a new art exhibition hosted by Gengahr.

The free-entry exhibition will run at London's A-Side B-Side Gallery from August 7-11. Hosted by Gengahr and showcasing artwork from the band’s bassist Hugh Schulte, the exhibition will also feature works from Thom Green (Alt-J), Ed Nash (Bombay Bicycle Club) and Laurie Vincent (Slaves).

Schulte says: "Ed and I went to college together so it’s something we have been thinking about doing for a while. I’m also a massive fan of Thom and Laurie’s art and felt it was too much of a lovely coincidence that I have gotten to know all these guys who paint alongside their musical careers."

"I feel their work is under acknowledged and after a few late night conversations we all agreed it’d be a really nice thing to do. I’m looking forward to their artwork being centre stage for a week."

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Bombay Bicycle Club recently confirmed that they're working on a follow-up to 2014's 'So Long, See You Tomorrow' album.

"There's music being written, but it just takes a while for us to think about what's going to happen with it," Steadman told Digital Spy in May. "We're kind of really relaxed in that sense. We would never set a date to start working on a record. I think we've been fairly prolific up until now."

Guitarist Jamie MacColl added: "We gave [fans] four albums within five years, which is more than most," with Steadman concluding: "I think they understand that we're going to have a little relax now."
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