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I Had The Blues But I Shook Them Loose! 10 Year Celebration Shows
In celebration of the ten year anniversary of the album release, Bombay Bicycle Club will hit the road in November to bring ‘I Had The Blues But I Shook Them Loose!’ to UK stages in full for five shows.
The short celebratory run kicks off in Liverpool on the 4th November at the Eventim Olympia and concludes at London’s O2 Academy Brixton on the 8th November, also taking in Dundee, Nottingham, and Bath. Support comes from Gengahr.
Earlier this year, the British four-piece signalled their return to the studio following a four year hiatus with a message to their fans on social media, and announced a slew of live dates. The dates included a headline set at Wilderness Festival in August, two shows in Ireland, and a spate of North American tour dates in September and concluding with two shows at Brooklyn Steel in early October. The UK/Irish festival dates will be pre-empted by two smaller club warm-up shows in Sheffield and Cambridge that sold out instantly.
Bombay Bicycle Club
London Indie four-piece named after a (now defunct) chain of Indian restaurants, Bombay Bicycle Club spiced up the music scene with their arrival in 2005. Their profile and success grew with every release, notching up three top 10 albums including 2014's no.1 'So Long, See You Tomorrow'. After a three-year hiatus, the boys returned in 2019 and are still very much hot (Bombay) potatoes.
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Gengahr create effortlessly smooth and melodic indie-rock that journeys along a laidback sun-kissed path with a sound that could easily stem from influences drawn from icons such as The Smiths and Modest Mouse, to the more recently revered Unknown Mortal Orchestra and Youth Lagoon.
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