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Bombay Bicycle Club have confirmed another intimate festival warm-up show

The news arrives alongside the promise that “new material is due very soon.”
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Published: 10:58 am, July 22, 2019
Bombay Bicycle Club have confirmed another intimate festival warm-up show

Bombay Bicycle Club have confirmed another intimate festival warm-up show.

The band will play Islington Assembly Hall in London ahead of their headline set at Wilderness, as one of three preceding shows. They’ve also been confirmed as special guests for Camp Bestival.

The news arrives alongside the promise that “new material is due very soon.”

They’ll play:

JULY
26 Sheffield Leadmill (festival warm-up)
27 Cambridge Junction (festival warm-up)
28 Camp Bestival, East Lulworth

AUGUST
1 Islington Assembly Hall, London (festival warm-up)
2 Wilderness Festival, Oxfordshire
3 Opera House, Cork
4 All Together Now Festival, Waterford Ireland

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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