Date: Sun Jul 28th
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Bombay Bicycle Club, the musical shape-shifters who’ve been crafting tunes for Saturday night parties and lazy Sunday mornings since their teenage years, are still rocking in their early thirties, proving their knack for reinvention and their mastery of melodies.
In 2009, they unleashed their debut album, “I Had The Blues But I Shook Them Loose,” a raw outpouring of adolescent emotion. A year later, they flipped the script with “Flaws,” going acoustic and surprising everyone. By 2011, “A Different Kind Of Fix” took them two steps ahead sonically, painting their sound with vibrant colors. In 2014, “So Long, See You Tomorrow” became their greatest hits collection, showcasing their prime. But then, a five-year hiatus left fans hanging.
In 2019, they made a catchy comeback with “Eat, Sleep, Wake (Nothing But You)” and 2020’s “Everything Else Has Gone Wrong.” But just as things were heating up, covid 19 but plans on hold for a short while.
Now, finally they’re back with “My Big Day,” a lively and collaborative album featuring talents like Damon Albarn, Jay Som, Nilüfer Yanya, Holly Humberstone, and the great Chaka Khan. The band handled production, letting the sunshine in. It’s an album that means business from one of Britain’s best guitar bands, and their upcoming world tour promises to be a must-see show. This will be a Sunday night like we’ve never seen at Rock Oyster..