Bombay Bicycle Club Finish 2010 With 2 Headline London Shows

19 Oct 2010
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Bombay Bicycle Club Finish 2010 With 2 Headline London Shows

Bombay Bicycle Club Finish 2010 With 2 Headline London Shows

Bombay Bicycle Club this morning announce they will close 2010 with two headline London shows - 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.

"We are happy to announce two special end of year shows in London, one electric at the Troxy and one acoustic at the Queen Eizabeth Hall. There will be a limited number of tickets that cover both shows which works out cheaper than buying them separately. We understand how frustrated everyone else will be but we cannot take too much time away from writing our third album. Next year there will be a lot more touring with the new record and we will make sure to go everywhere, even Cornwall" - Bombay Bicycle Club

New dates:

Saturday December 4th - Queen Elizabeth Hall, London

Sunday December 5th - The Troxy, London

Tickets available from 9am Friday 22nd October:

July's acoustic album 'Flaws' was released to huge critical acclaim and went straight into the album charts at number eight. Having been crowned "Best New Band" at the NME awards in February, 'Flaws' - released almost exactly a year after their debut - bookended an incredible year for Bombay Bicycle Club. The band has grown into one of the most popular and exciting new bands in the country as proven by jaw-dropping sets over the summer at the Isle of White Festival, Glastonbury, their sold out acoustic tour and most recently at Radio 1's "Mumford and Sons & friends" live concert.

Bombay Bicycle Club:

Jack Steadman - vocals, guitars

Jamie MacColl - guitars

Suren De Saram - drums

Ed Nash - bass


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