There are few bands that can compete with the enigmatic force of Bombay Bicycle Club. After finishing their A-Levels, Bombay
Bicycle Club rose to fame as one of the most compelling indie acts since Arctic Monkeys. Pushing their artistic limits, Bombay
Bicycle Club doesn't shy away from experimenting with their sound. While on tour, Bombay Bicycle Club performs their tongue-in-cheek
songs with effortless charm.
Harbouring a happy-go-lucky view on life, Bombay Bicycle Club keeps things cheerful and light when performing live. For
them, every concert is a party, which is why fans queue up for tickets to Bombay Bicycle Club gigs. On StubHub! UK, you can
both buy and sell tickets to the next Bombay Bicycle tour.
Since Jack Steadman, Jamie MacColl, Ed Nash and Suren de Saram formed Bombay Bicycle Club in 2005, the group has swiftly
and steadily climbed the ladder of success. In 2006 they found their footing in the industry via Channel 4's "Road to V" competition,
and later that year they signed a contract with folk-indie
label Island records. Rubbing shoulders with labelmates Mumford and Sons and Florence and the Machine has helped the North London indie-rock quartet skyrocket
Bombay Bicycle Club albums display an evolved approach to music, incorporating a unique mix of various genres. Their debut
album I Had the Blues but I Shook Them Loose is an explosion of youthful indie-pop, whereas Flaws nods to the folk music scene. With the follow-up A Different Kind of Fix, Bombay Bicycle Club proved their
artistic ilk, making them on of the most promising bands to catch on tour.
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