Bombay Bicycle Club It’s been two years since Bombay Bicycle Club graced Wolverhampton with their presence, and the marked change in sound and pace since their 2011 album ‘A Different Kind of Fix’ was pretty evident tonight, playing a set mostly comprising of their newer, heavier, electro and in parts R&B influenced material from their latest album ‘So Long, See You Tomorrow’. Things have certainly evolved for this London 4-piece, with each of their 4 albums carrying the progression of UK indie with them, and who seem to be one of the most inventive indie bands around right now.


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Bombay Bicycle Club Bombay Bicycle Club this morning announce they will close 2010 with two headline London shows at Queen Elizabeth Hall on December 4th (acoustic) and The Troxy on December 5th (electric) – before heading to the studio to finish work on their next album.


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