Interview by Alicia Atout | @AliciaAtout
This interview means so much to me. The first band I ever interviewed years ago was Bombay Bicycle Club, and after a five year hiatus of missing one of my favourite bands, it was an absolute delight finally catching up with their frontman Jack Steadman
Bombay Bicycle Club are coming through Toronto once more in 2014. Still touring in support of their latest record release So Long, See You Tomorrow, the band will play Toronto's The Opera House on October 16th. Courtesy of Live Nation, we’re giving away a pair of tickets to the show!
One of A Music Blog, Yea?'s favourite bands, Bombay Bicycle Club, are coming through Toronto once more in 2014. Still touring in support of their latest record release So Long, See You Tomorrow, the band will play Toronto's Kool Haus on October 16th. Courtesy of Universal Music Canada, we’re giving away
After seeing them seven times, it didn't surprise me how incredible they sounded on the eighth; with each show they play, Bombay Bicycle Club's ambition to elevate their live performances only increases. It's somewhat crazy to think how A Music Blog, Yea? has truly come full circle with this special
There’s always something particularly captivating about Bombay Bicycle Club; be it their extraordinarily large live band, their enchanting visuals or their unforgettably affable relationship between audience and group, their show at O2 Academy Liverpool was no exception to the mesmerizing effect they leave.
Returning to Liverpool in promotion of their first
The moment all BBC fans have been waiting for has finally arrived; Bombay Bicycle Club release their fourth studio record So Long, See You Tomorrow. Between the multiple Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram posts I've come by within a day of its release, it's clear to me that this new album
A while ago, indie rock band Bombay Bicycle Club announced that they will be releasing their fourth studio album, “So Long, See You Tomorrow” in February 2014. So far they have released two songs from the upcoming album, the upbeat ‘Carry Me’ and the somewhat calmer ‘It’s Alright Now.’
Speaking from experience of seeing this band multiple times, I can say Bombay Bicycle Club are hands down one of the best live acts in existence. From playing songs off their previous three records to hearing new ones off their forthcoming LP So Long, See You Tomorrow, we know this
An Interview with Ed Nash of Bombay Bicycle Club!
Whether they have you harmonizing along with Jack's infectious vocals in Leaving Blues, dancing around to Ed's distinct and droppy bass playing in Beg, thrusting your hand in the air every time Suren double-hits the crash symbol in What You Want or
“You’re a layer of my clothes, made of ivy and gold.”
A wonderful show occurred last night. Opening for Sam Robert's Band, Bombay Bicycle Club @ Echo Beach rocked their set. It was here at this beachy and relaxing venue that Bombay made the crowd dance and have fun while