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Preview: Bombay Bicycle Club – Everything Else Has Gone Wrong tour

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Indie legends Bombay Bicycle Club return to Manchester on Monday 3rd February for a show at Victoria Warehouse after a six-year hiatus. With the upcoming release of their fifth album Everything Else Has Gone Wrong through Caroline International/Island Records around the corner (17th January), fans are excited to hear the new tunes and even more so to see the band play live.

In addition to the new album, Bombay Bicycle Club will head out on a 13-date UK and Ireland headline tour, with support from The Big Moon and Liz Lawrence. The tour kicks off at Cambridge Corn Exchange, on 20th January, and ends in London for a night at the prestigious Alexandra Palace.

Everything Else Has Gone Wrong is anticipated to be a huge success as it follows-up from number one chart-topping, Mercury Music Prize-nominated fourth album, So Long, See You Tomorrow. ‘Eat, Sleep, Wake (Nothing But You)’, the first single to be released from the new album, and is a particular highlight. It brings about feelings of nostalgia for summer 2014 when indie music was in full swing. Jack Steadman’s dream-like, wistful vocals combined with the heaviness of the drums and trembling guitar tones make for the perfect reminiscent teen-lust anthem. Fans can only hope that the full-album will bring more of this.

Tour Dates

20th January – Corn Exchange, Cambridge 

21st January – Academy, Bournemouth 

23rd January – De Montfort Hall, Leicester 

24th January – University SU Great Hall, Cardiff 

25th January – Academy, Leeds 

27th January – Academy, Newcastle 

28th January – Barrowland, Glasgow 

31st January – Academy, Birmingham 

1st February – The Centre, Brighton 

3rd February – Victoria Warehouse, Manchester 

7th February – Alexandra Palace, London

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Limited tickets are still available for purchase over on the gigs and tours website here.

Look out for aAh! Magazine’s review of the gig, coming soon.

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Georgina Hurdsfield

Masters student in Psychological Wellbeing in Clinical Practice at Manchester Metropolitan University. Keen photographer and music enthusiast.

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