Bombay Bicycle Club
Bombay Bicycle Club Release Nicita Remix of "Home By Now"
Lollapalooza is premiering Nicita's excellent new remix of Bombay Bicycle Club's "Home By Now" on their blog ahead of the band's performance at the fest this weekend! Click HERE to give it a listen and show the track some love on Hype Machine.
BBC play Lolla on Friday and Montreal's Osheaga Festival on Sunday before returning for a full North American headline run in October. All upcoming dates and ticket links can be found HERE.
Bombay Bicycle Club Release New Video For "Come To"
Bombay Bicycle Club have debuted a new video for the track “Come To”! You can check out the video by clicking HERE or watch below. The footage for the video was compiled from the band's show this past March at Brixton Academy in London. You can stream the entire Brixton show via Bombay's official website.
“Come To” is taken from Bombay's Vagrant debut, So Long, See You Tomorrow , which was released earlier this year and is available now on iTunes. The band also recently announced a fall U.S. headlining tour with support from Milo Greene. All upcoming tour dates can be found HERE.
Bombay Bicycle Club Announce North American Fall Headline Tour, Debut UNKLE Remix of "Feel"
After a successful and extensive sold out headlining tour throughout the states this past spring, Bombay Bicycle Club are pleased to announce a new run of dates this fall. The tour kicks off in San Diego on Oct. 1 with stops at LA’s Wiltern Theater and SF’s Warfield Theater and takes the band through Canada and the Midwest before heading down the east coast, stopping in NYC’s Terminal 5 and wrapping up in Atlanta on Oct. 24. A full list of dates can be found below. Pre-sale tickets are now available HERE and support on all dates comes from LA’s Milo Greene.
The band has also just premiered a new remix of their song "Feel" from legendary English beat-makers UNKLE over at Noisey. Click HERE to check it out and grab the free mp3. The original track appears on BBC's So Long See You Tomorrow released earlier this year and available now on iTunes.
Bombay Bicycle Club On Tour (all shows all ages except where noted):
Oct 01- San Diego CA @ Soma
Oct 02- Phoenix AZ @ Marquee
Oct 03- Los Angeles CA @ Wiltern
Oct 04- Pomona CA @ Glasshouse
Oct 05- San Francisco CA @ Warfield
Oct 07- Seattle WA @ Showbox
Oct 09- Edmonton AB @ Starlite (18+)
Oct 10- Calgary AB @ MacEwan Ballroom
Oct 12- Winnipeg MB@ The Garrick
Oct 13- Minneapolis MN @ First Avenue (18+/AA with guardian)
Oct 16- Toronto ON @ Kool Haus
Oct 17- Ottawa ON @ Algonquin Theatre
Oct 18- Boston MA @ HOB
Oct 19- Washington DC @ 930 Club
Oct 21- Philadelphia PA @ Union Transfer
Oct 22- New York NY @ Terminal 5
Oct 24- Atlanta GA @ Masquerade
Bombay Bicycle Club Debut Bollywood Video for "Feel"
Bombay Bicycle Club have just unveiled their new Bollywood video for "Feel"! Click HERE to check it out or watch below. The clip was shot in Mumbai with original Bollywood actors and an authentic Bollywood director / production company. "Feel" appears on BBC's new album So Long, See You Tomorrow released last month [iTunes].
BBC will kick off their North American tour at Coachella in April and the dates will run through the end of May. Click HERE for all upcoming shows.
Bombay Bicycle Club Covers Disclosure
Bombay Bicycle Club stopped by the BBC Radio 1 Live Lounge earlier today and did a cover of Disclosure's "F For You"! Click HERE or below to check out their take on the Mary J Blige collaboration.
BBC are currently on the road in the UK supporting their new album So Long, See You Tomorrow [iTunes link] released earlier this month. The tour will kick off its North American stint at Coachella in April and run through the end of May. Click HERE for all upcoming dates.
Bombay BIcycle Club's New Album So Long, See You Tomorrow Available Now
Bombay Bicycle Club's new album So Long, See You Tomorrow is out today! Click HERE to purchase the LP featuring "Luna" and "Carry Me" on iTunes.
Bombay Bicycle Club have announced a North American spring headline tour in support of the new album that also includes stops at both weekends of Coachella. Click HERE for all upcoming shows.
Bombay Bicycle Club Announce Spring US Tour, So Long, See You Tomorrow Now Available for Pre-Order
Bombay Bicycle Club have announced their 2014 North American spring tour in support of the forthcoming album So Long, See You Tomorrow! The tour will span across the US, with dates in San Francisco (April 20 at the Fillmore), Chicago (April 30 at the House of Blues) and New York City (Webster Hall on May 8), with more dates to be announced shortly. See below for all upcoming shows.
BBC’s fourth album in only five years, So Long, See You Tomorrow is also now available for pre-order on iTunes. Click HERE to pre-order and receive an instant download of three new songs: “Carry Me,” “It’s Alright Now,” and new single “Luna.” The new LP is set for release on February 4th.
Bombay Bicycle Club On Tour (All Ages Except As Noted):
Apr 11 – Sacramento, CA @ Assembly
Apr 13 – Las Vegas, NV @ Vinyl (21+)
Apr 14 – Phoenix, AZ @ Crescent (16+)
Apr 18 – Tucson, AZ @ Club Congress
Apr 20 – San Francisco, CA @ Fillmore
Apr 22 – Portland, OR @ Wonder Ballroom
Apr 23 – Seattle, WA @ Neptune
Apr 24 – Vancouver, BC @ Commodore (19+)
Apr 26 – Salt Lake City, UT @ Urban Lounge (21+)
Apr 27 – Denver, CO @ Gothic
Apr 29 – Minneapolis, MN @ Varsity Theater (18+)
Apr 30 – Chicago, IL @ House of Blues (17+)
May 01 – Columbus, OH @ Newport Music Hall
May 03 – Toronto, ON @ Danforth Music Hall
May 04 – Montreal, QC @ Corona
May 06 – Boston, MA @ Royale (18+)
May 07 – Philadelphia, PA @ Union Transfer
May 08 – New York City, NY @ Webster Hall (18+)
May 12 – Chapel Hill, NC @ Cats Cradle
May 13 – Atlanta, GA @ Terminal West (18+)
May 14 – Nashville, TN @ Exit / In (18+)
May 17 – Dallas, TX @ Granada (14+)
May 18 – Austin, TX @ Emo’s Austin
May 19 – Houston, TX @ Fitzgerald’s
Bombay Bicycle Club Premiere "Luna"
Pitchfork has just premiered the brand new track "Luna" from Bombay Bicycle Club! Click HERE to check it out or watch the video below. "Luna" appears on BBC's forthcoming album So Long, See You Tomorrow due out February 4th. The iTunes album pre-order will launch tomorrow and 2014 US touring plans will be announced shortly.
Bombay Bicycle Club Debut New Song "It's Alright Now"
Bombay Bicycle Club have just premiered their song "It's Alright Now" through a brand new lyric video! Click HERE to check it out or watch below. The new track appears on BBC's forthcoming album So Long, See You Tomorrow. The new LP was produced by frontman Jack Steadman over 18 months in the band's own studio and is due out February 4, 2014. The US album pre-order will launch January 7th.
Bombay Bicycle Club Announce New Album Title, Track Listing and Artwork
Bombay Bicycle Club have just revealed further details for their forthcoming album, So Long, See You Tomorrow, due out Febraury 4th via Vagrant. The 'moving, breathing' artwork for the band's fourth album in five years can be seen below. The illustration is inspired by the work of groundbreaking 19th century photographer Eadweard Muybridge. A pioneer in the field of stop-motion photography, Muybridge was famed for his zoopraxiscope, a device for projecting motion pictures that pre-dated the film strips used in cinematography before digital.
"Carry Me" is the first track to be released from the album and is now available on iTunes. US pre-order information for the new LP will be announced shortly. Earlier today, the band also hosted an AMA on Reddit and answered fan questions. Click HERE to give it a read.
So Long, See You Tomorrow Tracklisting:
2) It's Alright Now
3) Carry Me
4) Home By Now
5) Whenever Wherever
7) Eyes Off You
9) Come To
10) So Long, See You Tomorrow!
Bombay Bicycle Club Debut Director's Cut Video for "Carry Me"
Bombay Bicycle Club have just premiered a new video for their song "Carry Me" via VEVO! The new clip is a 'director's cut' version of the interactive video that launched last week, and features additional hand drawn animation from select artists. Click HERE to check it out or watch below.
"Carry Me" is the first track to be released from BBC's forthcoming album and is now available on iTunes. Pre-order information for the new LP, due out February 4th, will be announced shortly.
Bombay Bicycle Club Announce New Album to be Released February 4th, First Single "Carry Me" Out Now
We are excited to announce that North London's Bombay Bicycle Club, will release their fourth album in five years on February 4, 2013 via Vagrant! This album looks to break exciting new ground yet again for a band that are effortlessly diversifying and innovating at an astonishing rate.
"I feel like we’ve found the balance between making it interesting and intelligent, but also not highbrow or elitist’ says Jack Steadman, noting the band specifically took longer to craft this album. He wrote the record while traveling through India, Turkey and Tokyo as well as the UK and the Netherlands; you can really hear the influence of all the different cultures and their native genres among the beautifully crafted songs on this hugely ambitious record.
The album was produced by Jack in the band’s studio in London, making it their most personal record to date. There was always purpose from the beginning to bring everything together for this album, to tell a story from the first track through to the finale with everything interconnecting as a complete body of work. "The whole creation process was a really honest one. Jack’s not afraid of us saying a part or lyric doesn’t work so we were able to all be very involved at every level" says guitarist Jamie MacColl. They called in Mark Rankin (QOTSA, AlunaGeorge) to help record and mix the album. The album also features familiar vocal contribution from Lucy Rose as well as impressive newcomer Rae Morris.
The first single from the new album, "Carry Me", is now available to purchase/download on iTunes HERE. The band collaborated with award-winning creative company Powster to deliver a world first interactive music video premiere on CarryMe.tv. The innovative video reflects the album artwork, paying homage to the great Eadweard Muybridge, known for his pioneering work with stop-motion photography. Viewers are able to control the band’s actions throughout, essentially making them the director while the band perform in time to the music. You can also stream the audio below via YouTube. Pre-order information for the new album will be announced shortly.