Bombay Bicycle Club To Meet Demand

After winning Best New Band at the NME Awards last month, Bombay Bicycle Club have sold out their biggest headline date in London – 2300 capacity – in less than a week, and announced two more shows in the UK to meet demand.

Bombay release one of the stand out tracks from their recent live dates, ‘Evening/Morning’ this week. The single will be a super limited edition 7” (only 400 copies) with the band doing the artwork for each one of the copies individually.
Additionally, the band is putting the finishing touches on a brand new acoustic album which they aim to release later this year. Singer, Jack Steadman’s love of Appalachian music coupled with the folk heritage of guitarist Jamie MacColl (son of Neill and grandson of Ewan) has given these new tracks a distinct acoustic feel, as heard on the band’s recent cover of Loudon Wainwright III’s ‘Motel Blues’.

The critically acclaimed debut album ‘I Had The Blues But I Shook Them Loose’ is out now.

Bombay Bicycle Club Live
April 22nd 2010 – QMU, Glasgow
Apr 23rd 2010 – Academy 2, Manchester
Apr 24th 2010 – Forum, London – sold out
Tickets on sale now.