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, break through the often narrow confines of indie rock to explore exhilarating new sounds and textures.
On an album packed with anthems, Feel stands out as one of So Long, See You Tomorrow‘s most vivid and uplifting moments. The track has become a sing-along live favourite amongst Bombay Bicycle Club fans and is sure to get a warm reception when the band hits the festival circuit. The track combines a Bollywood movie sample (a snake-charming melody from the 1954 movie Nagin), with electronic bass lines and exotic percussion.
The band have also been garnering praise for their spectacular live shows, having sold out European and UK tours earlier in the year. Bombay Bicycle Club’s live performances have become renowned for their visual elements as much as their audible splendour, and the band will soon depart for the US for a massive 31-date tour, including an appearance at Coachella.