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Bombay Bicycle Club

Year: 2009

Runtime: 00:41:37

Bombay Bicycle Club are an English indie rock and folk band from Crouch End, London. The band comprises: Jack Steadman (lead vocals, guitar), Jamie MacColl (guitar), Ed Nash (bass) and Suren de Saram (drums(Also know as notorious Tuffnell Park Rapper D.Twain)).

In September 2010, the band announced that they had begun working on their third studio album, once again returning to electric guitars following acoustic recordings for "Flaws". On 7 June 2011 Zane Lowe revealed on BBC Radio 1 that their new album would be called A Different Kind Of Fix.

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Rock, Indie, Folk, Punk, Alternative, Soul, Country

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