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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…

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The notion of four of the most unassuming blokes in indie selling out a 10,000-capacity enorma-venue might seem a bit mental, but from the army of lads necking Jägerbombs to…

There’s strange things afoot down folkways. Noah & The Whale went drive-time, Mumford & Sons scorched through America, netting Hollywood fans on the way, and now Bombay Bicycle Club have…

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1. Bombay Bicycle Club – ‘Shuffle’ There’s strange things afoot down folkways. Noah & The Whale went drive-time, Mumford & Sons scorched through America, netting Hollywood fans on the way,…

Bombay Bicycle Club, Kings College, London. 13th April 2009.

k, they’re young,” squeals the shocked woman standing behind NME as the four fresh-faced teens who make up north London’s Bombay Bicycle Club trundle onstage, clad in big grins and…

Another startlingly young band for whom we can reliably place Year Zero as being the release of ‘Is This It’. But, from its opening whirl of shimmering, oceanic guitars, ‘How…