Bombay Bicycle Club are headed to Dundee to perform at The Caird Hall this November.
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Happy 10th birthday I Had The Blues But I Shook Them Loose! Today marks a decade since our first album was released, and before we turn our attention to new music (we promise we'll have something for you to hear next month), we wanted to take a moment to pay our respects. We've got a couple of things planned over the next few months to celebrate this momentous occasion: Today we're releasing an EP which consists of demos made between 2004 and 2008. Some of these never progressed beyond demo stage and this is the first time they've seen the light of day, some of them you'll be familiar with. We're also going to play a short run of dates later this year where we'll play the album from start to finish. We might throw in a few extra treats for you as well. Nov 4 – Liverpool Olympia Nov 5 – Dundee Cairn Hall Nov 6 – Nottingham Rock City Nov 7 – Bath Pavilion Nov 8 – London Brixton Fan presale for these shows starts right now. General onsale is Friday at 10AM. Support comes from the excellent @gengahr We're looking forward to these shows a lot, and hope to see some of you there to celebrate with us. To listen to the Demos EP and to access the fan presale, visit our website (link in bio) Lots more news coming soon. bbc x
The London Indie rock band will be playing their first ever album ‘I Had the Blues But I Shook Them Loose’, which was released a whole decade ago today (July 3 2019).
The band, which produces an eclectic mix of genres in music including folk, world music, rock and electronica, is guitar-fronted.
Although its four members have gone on to produce solo projects, they are now back making live music and performing together.
Bombay Bicycle Club
Playing “I had the blues but I shook them loose” in Full
— Caird Hall Dundee (@CairdHallDundee) July 3, 2019
… And they will be in Dundee this November!
Tickets will be on sale this Friday (July 5) on Ticketmaster – so stay tuned.