Posted in Press Releases on 29 May 2014
Bombay Bicycle Club's No.1 album 'So Long, See You Tomorrow' - which features 'Feel' and recent singles 'Luna' & 'Carry Me' - was largely recorded in the band's West London studio that James Lavelle used as his creative hub for over 10 years. This is only Unkle's second official remix in the last 4 years.
'So Long, See You Tomorrow' - Bombay Bicycle Club's fourth album in five years - has seen the band break through the traditional confines of indie. In making 'one of 2014's most exhilarating returns', (NME) Bombay Bicycle Club have become one of UK's most innovative bands, subsequently making great strides in North America where they return this October for their biggest run of headline shows, including New York's Terminal 5 on the 22nd October.
Having completely sold out European, UK & US tours at the beginning of this year, Bombay Bicycle Club followed with a critically acclaimed Brixton Academy show, garnering 4* reviews across the board from the Evening Standard, Independent, The Telegraph and The Times. The band are developing an impeccable reputation for their visually and audibly arresting live show. They play a string of UK festival dates this summer including Glastonbury, Latitude, Reading & Leeds and T in the Park.