Bombay Bicycle Club To Preview New Album With Nerve Centre Show

Bombay Bicycle Club To Preview New Album With Nerve Centre Show

Acclaimed English indie quartet Bombay Bicycle Club are set to play the Nerve Centre on November 27 ahead of the release of their feverishly-awaited new album.
 
Coming at the end of an Irish tour, the 14+ show will see in the Londoners eager to debut completely unheard material from the upcoming fourth studio release alongside familiar songs from their diverse back catalogue.
 
Originally discovered through a 2006 Channel 4 programme in which they won a competition to play that year’s V Festival, the band later went on to find critical and commercial success with the release of their debut album ‘I Had The Blues But I Shook Them Loose’ just as the members were finishing their A Levels.
 
Since then they’ve continued to impress by refusing to stick to one musical formula, experimenting with introspective folk and returning to a fuller, matured sound on subsequent releases. 
 

By early 2014 the Crouch End four-piece will have released their fourth full-length in virtually as many years, a startlingly prolific rate in an age where three-year layoffs between albums have become the expected standard.
 
Looking ahead to the gig the band stated that they were going to ‘whip these new songs into shape’ before adding ‘Some of the towns we’re coming to are pretty small so if you live there bring your mum, dad and perhaps the dog while you’re at it’.
 
Tickets cost £18 excluding booking fee and are available from Friday (September 13) via WeGotTickets, Ticketmaster and the Nerve Centre box office.
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