Bombay Bicycle Club Announce biggest UK headline tour to date

Bombay Bicycle Club Announce biggest UK headline tour to date

 

Bombay_BC_menuBombay Bicycle Club’s April 2012 tour includes shows at London Alexandra Palace and Blackpool Empress Ballroom The band cover Lana Del Rey for Radio 1’s ‘Live Lounge’ (see below).

 

 

bombay)BC_promo_13Having just finished their sold out, UK album tour with a monumental show at Brixton Academy, Bombay Bicycle Club announce their biggest UK headline tour to date for April 2012.

APRIL 2012 TOUR

SUNDAY 15 – CAMBRIDGE CORN EXCHANGE

MONDAY 16 – BRIGHTON CENTRE

TUESDAY 17 – WOLVERHAMPTON CIVIC HALL

THURSDAY 19 – YORK BARBICAN

FRIDAY 20 – EDINBURGH CORN EXCHANGE

SATURDAY 21 – LIVERPOOL UNIVERSITY

MONDAY 23 – PLYMOUTH PAVILIONS

TUESDAY 24 – PORTSMOUTH GUILDHALL

WEDNESDAY 25 – LEICESTER DE MONTFORT HALL

FRIDAY 27 – BLACKPOOL EMPRESS BALLROOM

SATURDAY 28 – LONDON ALEXANDRA PALACE

TICKETS ON SALE: 9.00AM FRIDAY 28 OCTOBER

0844 811 0051 – 0844 576 5483 – gigsandtours.comlivenation.co.uk

All shows are all ages or 14+, check venue or band website for details

£17.50 regional (£20 London)

Last week, the band did a BBC Radio 1 ‘Live Lounge’ session including a stunning cover of Lana Del Rey’s ‘Video Games’http://soundcloud.com/the3penguins/bombay-bicycle-club-video/ and also posted a beautiful video of album track, ‘Still’, featuring Jack playing piano and backing vocals from Lucy Rose.

Capturing the sound of a band effortlessly progressing and innovating at a startling rate, Bombay Bicycle Club’s critically acclaimed third album, ‘A Different Kind of Fix’ crashed into the top ten of the charts at number six.

Bombay Bicycle Club:

Jack Steadman – vocals, guitars

Jamie MacColl – guitars,

Suren De Saram – drums

Ed Nash – bass

What The Press Say

"One of Britain’s greatest bands, BBC keep getting better" – The Sunday Times

“Bombay Bicycle Club have, quite simply, found themselves” – NME 8/10

“One of the UK’s most inventive acts” – The Independent ****

“They continue to reinvent themselves with panache on each new record” – The Times 4*

“Delights in its own ambition” – The Guardian 4*

“As focused and beautiful a collection of rock songs as they have made” – Daily Telegraph 4 *

“Confirmation of BB’s status as the thinking man’s indie band” – Evening Standard 4*

“Bliss-pop euphoria exhilaratingly executed” – Q Magazine 4*

“The sound of a group throwing grappling hooks over stadium walls” Artrocker 5*

“Unbelievably affecting…it literally stops you in your tracks”- The Fly – The Fly 4.5*

“From the first track, the anthemic ‘How Can You Swallow So Much Sleep’, you’re hooked – The Sun

“This is their strongest album to date by some distance” – Clash 8/10

“An effortless collection of indie-flavoured folk” – Time Out

“This third album should rightfully prod them into British rock’s big leagues” – Shortlist

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