Bombay Bicycle Club Flaws Bombay Bicycle Club release their second album after last year's debut! Ditching the electrics, the boys have gone the acoustic route on this one to great effect. Apparently they will attempt to record a video for each track on the album, we shall see! Check out title track 'Flaws' below! www.myspace.com/bombaybicycleclub Island Records CD | LP
Bombay Bicycle Club I Had The Blues But I Shook Them Loose Released 6th July The debut album from Bombay Bicycle Club is finally here! 1. Emergency Contraception Blues 2. Lamplight 3. Evening/Morning 4. Dust On The Ground 5. Ghost 6. Away Like This 7. Magnet 8. Cancel On Me 9. Autumn 10. The Hill 11. What If 12. The Giantess BBC playing live at New Slang! www.myspace.com/bombaybicycleclub Island CD
Bombay Bicycle Club So Long, See You Tomorrow New album from the brilliant Bombay Bicycle Club. As you can hear from the ace Carry Me they've really embraced their love of electronics and we're happy for that because it sounds great! The band played a release show in kingston for this and it was insanely good! "I think the travelling gave me a sense of wellbeing rather than any direct musical influence," Steadman says. "Also, we were getting more inspired by samples. They become the springboard for your song and, whether it’s an Indian song or something with Thai chanting, you should never deny that inspiration just because it sounds silly or because the thought of it is weird." - Jack Steadman There's an brilliant limited , numbered boxset option too with - A Digipak version of the CD - Heavyweight black LP - Exclusive 7" featuring two acoustic tracks To The Bone and Easier both not on the album - A 12" x 12" 24-page song & story book that includes chords and lyrics plus short stories on the writting and recording of the album! - An exclusive art print that doubles up as a working phenakistoscope featuring the album cover Island CD | LP
Bombay Bicycle Club I Had The Blues But I Shook Them Loose (LP) LP reissue of Bombay Bicycle Club's debut album that originally came out in 2009! UMC LP
Bombay Bicycle Club Always Like This Released April 13th The first major label release from the young lads in Bombay Bicycle Club who played our New Slang club night a few months back. This is the first single to be taken from their debut album which is due in the summer. If this track is anything to go by, it's worth getting excited about. A. Always Like This B1. Always Like This (DFA Remix) B2. Never Like That (BBC Remix) BBC playing live at New Slang! www.myspace.com/bombaybicycleclub Island Records 12"
Bombay Bicycle Club The Boy I Used To Be EP Released February 25th New EP from this young North London band who in 2006 won the 'Road To V' competition to play at that festival, and have since gone on to pack out tents and Reading and Leeds. They were listed as on of the '10 to watch' in the NME and certainly seem to have a bright future ahead of them! This is a very limited 10"...there's only 500 of them so it's worth you pre-ordering! A1. The Hill A2. Sixteen B1. Open House B2. Cancel On Me Bombay Bicycle Club playing our New Slang clubnight! www.myspace.com/bombaybicycleclub Nettwerk 10" Out of Stock
Bombay Bicycle Club How We Are EP Released October 29th. One per customer. Debut release from this very, very young new band (They've only just done their GCSEs!!!) from North London. 1. How Are You 2. Ghost 3. Maybe More 4. Pedestal Check them out on myspace Nettwerk 7" | CD Out of Stock
Bombay Bicycle Club To The Bone / Reign Down If we have stock left it will be available online from Saturday 26th April, strictly one per customerLimited edition Record Store Day 7" from Kingston visitors Bombay Bicycle Club featuring a song from the So Long, See You Tomorrow boxset and the B-side is a never-before-heard demo version 7" Out of Stock