Bombay Bicycle Club add second Manchester gig - ticket details

The band will play Albert Hall on March 20 and 21 of next year

Photo: Next Previous

Photo Gallery: Bombay Bicycle Club

Bombay Bicycle Club have added a second Manchester show to their UK tour, set to take place in March next year.

The band will now play another show at Manchester Albert Hall, following their March 20 gig with a show on the evening of March 21, due to demand. The band play 15 gigs on the stretch, including a homecoming show at London's Brixton Academy on March 13, which is now sold out. The tour starts in Leeds on March 2, 2014.

The London band will release their fourth album in early 2014 and recently revealed new song 'Carry Me' from the album. Speaking to NME recently, frontman Jack Steadman explained how exploring the globe helped him personally, as well as providing influence for new songs.

"I think the travelling gave me a sense of wellbeing rather than any direct musical influence," Steadman says. "Also, we were getting more inspired by samples. They become the springboard for your song and, whether it's an Indian song or something with Thai chanting, you should never deny that inspiration just because it sounds silly or because the thought of it is weird."

Bombay Bicycle Club will play:

Leeds, O2 Academy (March 2)
Glasgow, O2 Academy (3)
Aberdeen, Music Hall (4)
Newcastle, O2 Academy (5)
Nottingham, Rock City (7)
Birmingham, O2 Academy (8)
Norwich, UEA (9)
Portsmouth, Guildhall (10)
Bristol, O2 Academy (12)
London, O2 Academy Brixton (13)
Cardiff, Uni Great Hall (16)
Exeter, Uni Great Hall (17)
Brighton, Dome (18)
Manchester, Albert Hall (20)
Manchester, Albert Hall (21)


To check the availability of Bombay Bicycle Club tickets and get all the latest listings, head to NME.COM/tickets.

Read More On This Artist

More News
Run DMC pay tribute to hip-hop producer Larry Smith
Marilyn Manson appears in CGI-heavy 'Deep Six' video – watch
Pusha T, Danny Brown and Action Bronson feature on 42-minute track 'The Rap Monument'...
Queen's Brian May says Adam Lambert can reach higher notes than Freddie Mercury ever could
Foo Fighters perform 'I Am A River' with a string orchestra on Jimmy Fallon – watch
Miguel shares surprise three-track EP – listen
South By South West festival sued by car crash victims' families
Iggy Azalea criticises Azealia Banks in long Twitter rant
Superfood bring Jack Rocks The Macbeth to a close with raucous set
Paul McCartney 'began writing song inspired by Ferguson protests'
Julian Casablancas + the Voidz cancel Australian and Asian tour dates
No Devotion announce UK live dates, including Gerard Way support slots
Sleaford Mods' Jason Williamson: 'Alex Turner's got no rock'n'roll left...
London club Fabric to remain open but increase security under new measures
Billy Corgan says 'the mythology of the '90s is now irrelevant'
Kasabian to headline Poland's Open'er Festival 2015
1,000 Foo Fighters fans in Italy plan to simultaneously play 'Learn to Fly'
George Harrison, The Bee Gees to be honoured with The Recording Academy's Lifetime...
Single hidden by Jack White inside furniture found a decade later
The Maccabees on new album: 'It's stripped back, fewer layers, more piano'
Alt-J, Florence + The Machine, The War On Drugs to play Sweden's Way Out West festival
Blink-182's Tom DeLonge discusses plans for punk trio's new album

More News

Comments

Please login to add your comment.

Latest Tickets - Booking Now
 
Know Your NME
 

 
NME Store & Framed Prints
Inside NME.COM