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  • Royal Blood, FKA twigs Among Mercury Prize 2014 Nominees
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    Royal Blood, FKA twigs Among Mercury Prize 2014 Nominees

    Royal Blood, FKA twigs, and Bombay Bicycle Club are among the shortlist nominees for this year’s esteemed Barclaycard Mercury Prize. The shortlist is almost an even split of old guard vs new, with seven exciting debut albums nominated by buzzed about acts including East India Youth and Jungle. The remaining five LPs belong to already

  • Bombay Bicycle Club Australian Tour 2014 Announced
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    Bombay Bicycle Club Australian Tour 2014 Announced

    Bombay Bicycle Club have announced an Australian tour for this September, off the back of their latest acclaimed full-length effort, So Long, See You Tomorrow. This prolific London four-piece’s latest Australian journey will see the boys play dates in Melbourne, Brisbane, and Sydney. Growing up in North London, Jack Steadman, Jamie MacColl, Suren de Saram,

  • WATCH: Bombay Bicycle Club – ‘Feel’

    WATCH: Bombay Bicycle Club – ‘Feel’

    Bombay Bicycle Club have unveiled their glorious new Bollywood-style music video for Feel, the latest cut to be taken from their new album So Long, See You Tomorrow, their fourth release in just five years. The album hit number one in the UK and sees the band, who are not even halfway through their twenties,

  • Review: Bombay Bicycle Club – So Long, See You Tomorrow
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    Review: Bombay Bicycle Club – So Long, See You Tomorrow

    Indie rock is dead. Okay, not really, but it is becoming easier to dance to, if that’s your kind of thing, and this latest offering from the lads at Bombay Bicycle Club is exactly that kind of thing. So Long, See You Tomorrow is the band’s fourth studio release, which sees yet another fresh dimension

  • Splendour In The Grass 2014 Lineup Rumours And Info
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    Splendour In The Grass 2014 Lineup Rumours And Info

    UPDATE 28/04/14: Three major new acts added to the Splendour 2014 lineup including Childish Gambino — full details here! UPDATE 23/04/14: The full Splendour In The Grass 2014 lineup has been announced! Full details here.UPDATE 19/04/14 6pm AEST: A Splendour headliner has leaked details of their appearance at this year’s festival! More details here. Following

  • Bombay Bicycle Club: “We’d Like To Come Back In Your Winter”
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    Bombay Bicycle Club: “We’d Like To Come Back In Your Winter”

    There are bands that have one song which launches them to international fame. Then there are bands whose dedication, consistency and innovation grow their fan base with every record and every show, gradually taking them to exactly where they want to be. One act that lands firmly in the latter category is British indie rockers

  • New Music: St Vincent, Bombay Bicycle Club, Chromeo ft. Toro Y Moi
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    New Music: St Vincent, Bombay Bicycle Club, Chromeo ft. Toro Y Moi

    ‘Synth’ is the word for today’s New Music, with three out of four tracks coming from some of the most singular and forward-thinking keyboard-manipulators in the game today: St Vincent, Bombay Bicycle Club, and Chromeo, who got his experimental brother-in-arms, Toro Y Moi, to tag along. Naturally, each artist puts the synth to work in

  • Bombay Bicycle Club Release Details Of New Album ‘So Long, See You Tomorrow’
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    Bombay Bicycle Club Release Details Of New Album ‘So Long, See You Tomorrow’

    Prolific London four-piece Bombay Bicycle Club have unveiled the details of their highly anticipated fourth album So Long, See You Tomorrow, releasing the tracklisting and artwork, following the release of the album’s first single, Carry Me, and the accompanying interactive music video. The album’s artwork, as with the video for Carry Me, was inspired by

  • Bombay Bicycle Club Announce Australian Tour January 2013
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    Bombay Bicycle Club Announce Australian Tour January 2013

    In March of this year English indie four-piece Bombay Bicycle Club made their maiden voyage to Australia as the support act of fellow countrymen Elbow. While in Australia Bombay Bicycle Club decided to play a couple of small headlining gigs, but due to popular demand the band was forced to move to a larger venue

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