London's young Bombay Bicycle Club have had quite a year - they walked off with the 2010 NME Award for Best New Band, they've notched up a Top 10 album with the tasty "Flaws" and even had a tune included in the recent "Twilight Saga: Eclipse" soundtrack. More recently they have just performed with Laura Marling, Maccabees and Mumford and Sons for a Radio 1 Live session (it might still be on iPlayer if you're quick).
As the band continues to explore a more organic sound live with songs like the embedded "Ivy & Gold (Acoustic Version)", their fanbase increases. Therefore, you'd all better be quick in getting the tickets we're about to tell you about!
December 2010 sees Bombay Bicycle Club return to London for just two very special exclusive nights. The first is an acoustic-only evening to be held at the Queen Elizabeth Hall on the South Bank on the 4th, followed by a full electric show at East London's Troxy on the 5th. Tickets for both shows go on sale on Friday morning and are both priced at £16.
Despite hogging the capital in recent months, the band have promised to revisit the entire UK next year in between sessions for a third album.