Bombay Bicycle Club, Brighton Dome, Tuesday March 18

The long awaited return of Bombay Bicycle Club welcomes them back to the dome for their first major headline tour in two years. Covertly becoming one of the most successful British indie bands of the moment, their live shows allow their music to come alive with full percussion, on stage dancers and full-scale melodic brilliance.
Fresh from the release of their fourth and more experimental album, “So Long, See You Tomorrow”, the band are more than ready to reveal what they’ve all been working so hard on. Inspired by the adventures and exposés of travel and touring, their latest effort sees them moving away from their indie folk beginnings into a more Bollywood/Caribbean carnival vibe. New singles such as “Carry Me” and “Luna” suggest a more euphoric worldly pop stance, with collaboration from noticeably unique talent Rae Morris. With each album moving in a different direction, progression sees them delving into the unknown in a way that explores, whilst maintaining their prevailing, signature sound.
With increased sonic expression, this is a band that have changed the logistics of evolution, allowing them to become less genre defined and more about providing something new and exciting especially with their live spectacle.
Words by Amber Ainsworth
Starts 7pm, tickets £20.50 in adv at brightondome.org
Follow the band at bombaybicycleclubmusic.com

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