Tag: Bombay Bicycle Club

News | Bombay Bicycle Club announce new single ‘Home By Now’

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Bombay Bicycle Club have announced the release of ‘Home By Now’, the fifth single by  from their critically acclaimed fourth album, which is released as they return home from a rigorous eleven month world tour. The single (including vocals from Lucy Rose)…

News | Bombay Bicycle Club announce December UK tour

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After stunning performances on the Other Stage at Glastonbury and the Radio One stage at T in the Park, and ahead of  their appearances this weekend at Reading and Leeds (NME/Radio 1 stage headliners), Bombay Bicycle Club have announced a seven date UK…

Live | Bombay Bicycle Club at Rock City

Fresh from securing the Number 1 album position for their latest LP, So Long, See you Tomorrow, Bombay Bicycle Club have embarked on a UK Tour playing all the branded academies and clubs across the width and breadth of the…

Playlist | Brian’s Mixtape #46: the Return of the Owl

Brian the playlist-making owl is home for 2012 and returning to For Folk's Sake

Our pompous old playlist-making owl Brian is back. With some bombastic pose, dubious claims about his whereabouts in the past year and a playlist of 2011’s gems. How we’ve missed the silly thing.

News | Bombay Bicycle Club UK Tour: Now on Sale.

At last we bring you great news, some that FFS have been very excited about for a while now, ever since rumours of another tour were spread. Bombay Bicycle tickets are now on sale for their UK tour during April of next…

Live | Bombay Bicycle Club @ Brixton Academy, 19/10/2011

Bombay Bicycle Club gave the crowd at Brixton Academy on Wednesday 19th October a real treat, rattling through the best of their material from the last couple of years as seamlessly as a band that has been together for decades.…

Festival: Bestival 2010

As an Isle of Wight native, I’ve seen Bestival grow from a small, sparky young thing in 2004 to the vast, fiery dragon it is today. I worried that my favourite festival was about to grow so big that it…

Album: Bombay Bicycle Club – Flaws

It is a brave or stupid musician that names their album Flaws. There is an unwritten rule in the art world that when naming your piece – whether it be an album, film, collection of squiggly lines on canvas, new book or whatever – you do not give it a title that in any way could be quoted by a critic against you.