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Bombay Bicycle Club + Rae Morris
The prolific North London band, Bombay Bicycle Club, have announced their first major UK headline tour in two years, following the release of their fourth album, due out on February 3rd 2014.
The band are well known for their massive live following and critically acclaimed performances which have seen them play major slots at some of the biggest festivals across the world as well as some huge venues including London's Alexandra Palace last year which sold out (10,000 capacity) well in advance of the show.
The new album looks to break exciting new ground yet again for a band that are effortlessly diversifying and innovating at an astonishing rate. Frontman Jack Steadman wrote the record while travelling through India, Turkey and Tokyo as well as the UK and the Netherlands; you can really hear the influence of all the different cultures and their native genres among the beautifully crafted songs on this hugely ambitious record.
This event takes place at Brighton Dome, which has achieved Bronze Status for disabled access from Attitude Is Everything.
London Indie four-piece named after a (now defunct) chain of Indian restaurants, Bombay Bicycle Club have spiced up the music scene since their arrival in 2005. Their profile and success has grown with every release, notching up three top 10 albums including 2014's no.1 'So Long, See You Tomorrow'. The boys were also chosen to play at the BT London Live concert in Hyde Park at the end of the 2012 London Olympics. They are full proof that Indie guitar bands are not over yet and are still very much hot (Bombay) potatoes.
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Rae Morris is a young singer/songwriter from Blackpool. Learning piano at an early age and forever underestimating her ability, Rae found a voice she didn’t know she had. Make your own comparisons, but be sure to notice a girl of maturity beyond her years.
Cleverly matching her inimitable voice to songs of new experiences, those defining challenges like love and not always being able to have the answers, Rae is the epitome of raw and claims nothing else. Her coming-of-age tales make her a modern-day PJ Harvey, Kate Bush or Feist.
'Rae Morris is becoming the country's most beloved singer-songwriter' (Zane Lowe, Radio 1).
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