• Bombay Bicycle Club To Play All Together Now and Cork Opera House

    Bombay Bicycle Club are set for two Irish appearances in August. As well as joining the bill for the (sold-out) All Together Now in Cork, play the festival on August 4th, the London quartet will also play a headline show Cork Opera House on August 3. Tickets for the latter are priced at €30.00 and go on sale at 10am on Friday. Fan presale for Cork begins tomorrow (Thursday) at 10am.

  • Electric Picnic announces additional acts

    Electric Picnic will be upon us in about a month’s time, and Ireland’s biggest music festival has added twenty-three new acts to their lineup, including a host of artists who performed at Longitude last weekend. The highlights of these new additions include Bombay Bicycle Club (pictured), Wild Beasts, James Vincent McMorrow and Hozier. The full list of the new acts will also see the following perform at the festival: SBTRKT, The 1975, Hercules & Love Affair, The Strypes, Walking On Cars, Le Galaxie, Shit Robot, Bp Fallon, Cathy Davey, Asgeir, Nick Mulvey, Sampha, Seinabo Sey, Rustie,  Nightbox, Sheppard, The Whereabouts, Trinity Orchestra…

  • Longitude 2014 Must-Sees

    Off to Marlay Park we go again. After a string of big-name acts performing at the venue these past few weeks, it’s time for Longitude to cap it all off. This is the second year of the festival, and though the line-up mightn’t be as strong as it was last year, there are most certainly a whole host of top acts to catch at this year’s festival. Here are a few of our favourites and a Spotify playlist for your pre-festival persual. Friday Bombay Bicycle Club They might be an obvious choice, but Bombay Bicycle Club are really one of…

  • Bombay Bicycle Club – So Long, See You Tomorrow

    Bombay Bicycle Club are an admirably prolific outfit, with So Long, See You Tomorrow completing  the band’s meteoric journey up the British charts; their fourth album since 2009 going straight in at number one. The album is certainly their most experimental to date and features everything from a very Bollywood-style intro on ‘Feel’ to synth and electro tracks scattered throughout the album. If Bombay fans of old were expecting an album rooted in more of an acoustic feel they will be very disappointed or will have to adapt quickly, but, then again, adapting to a change in tack from this…

  • Longitude Announces New Acts

    Longitude have revealed six new acts to play at this year’s festival. Bombay Bicycle Club (above), First Aid Kit, Icona Pop, George Ezra and Koreless will be joining the likes of HAIM, Bastille, Disclosure and Chvrches. The festival will take place from Friday 18 to Sunday July 20, and tickets are on sale now from Ticketmaster, priced at €59.50 for a day pass, and €149.50 for the weekend ticket. Watch the video for ‘Luna’ by Bombay Bicycle Club below.