Bombay Bicycle Club is a four piece indie rock group hailing from Crouch End London, UK. While the structure of their sound is primarily built around guitars they have exceeded the typicality of guitar based rock and have introduced elements of electronica, experimental folk and world music in their sound. Bombay Bicycle Club have been writing songs for Saturday nights and songs for Sunday mornings since their mid-teens. They remain one of the most inventive, insistent and, arguably, influential British guitar bands of the past generation
They released the song “Ivy & Gold” on 9 May 2010 and the following week it hit 56 on the singles charts. This song would appear on their highly successful sophomore release “Flaws” which came out approximately 2 months later. The album skyrocketed to number 8 on the UK Albums Chart and before the years end it was deemed Silver by the British Phonographic Industry.
The album ‘“So, Long See You Tomorrow” marks a departure in the groups guitar based song writing structure and hones in on sample based electronica. The album is also a creative response to Steadman’s travel through India, Japan and Turkey and henceforth features ample use of world music sounds. The release of “So Long, See You Tomorrow” marked their biggest success to date, hitting #1 in the UK charts.
Fat Sam’s gigs in Dundee
Fat Sams, located in the heart of Dundee, has been a pillar of the city’s music scene. Its rich history as a premier live music venue has seen countless legendary performances and known for hosting intimate performances, making it an ideal destination for The Bombay Bicycle Club Bombay ‘My Big Day’ album launch show for Assai Records customers.
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Fat Sams is 14+ for this show – under 16s must be accompanied by an adult (Age 18+).