The new single Home By Now by Bombay Bicycle Club will be released in the UK on December 1, 2014.
London quartet Bombay Bicycle Club (BBC) announced the release of their fifth single Home By Now from their fourth album So Long, See You Tomorrow on October 6, 2014. The single features vocals from British singer-songwriter Lucy Rose.
So Long, See You Tomorrow reached the top spot in February 2014 and was also was recently nominated for a Mercury Music Award. The British musicians came back home for the release after 11 months of touring the globe.
The band had a smashing performance at the Reading and Leeds festivals in England, followed by a four month tour across Europe, Asia, South Africa and USA, with UK being their last stop for the year at the Earls Court Arena on December 13, 2014.
The album is inspired by BBC’s vocalist Jack Steadman’s adventurous experience as a drifter across Turkey and India in 2013. It gained massive popularity mostly because of its reference sounds to Bollywood (Indian film industry) and electronic influence.
The ensemble of 24-year-olds is reported to have infused a new life into the British indie scene with their inventive melodies. BBC comprises Steadman, guitarist Jamie MacColl, drummer Suren de Saram and bassist Ed Nash. They are well-appreciated for their experimentation with multiple genres, such as folk, electronica, world music and indie rock.
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