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Bombay Bicycle Club are celebrating ten years of their debut album with a demos EP and some shows

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Published: 10:50 am, July 03, 2019
Bombay Bicycle Club are celebrating ten years of their debut album with a demos EP and some shows

Bombay Bicycle Club are celebrating the anniversary of their debut album with a demos EP and some live shows.

‘I Had the Blues But I Shook Them Loose’ came out ten years ago today, on 3rd July 2009; it was followed by ‘Flaws’ (2010), ‘A Different Kind of Fix’ (2011), and ‘So Long, See You Tomorrow’ (2014).

The new seven-track EP ‘Demos 2004-2008’ is streaming now, and features material that didn’t originally make the cut for the album.

The live dates meanwhile will see them play:

NOVEMBER
4 Eventim Apollo, Liverpool
5 Caird Hall, Dundee
6 Rock City, Nottingham
7 Pavilion, Bath
8 O2 Academy Brixton, London

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