Book Bombay Bicycle Club
Bombay Bicycle Club is a famous British indie rock band from North London (Crouch End); the group comprise the frontman Jack Steadman, bassist Ed Nash, guitarist Jamie MacColl and drummer Suren de Saram. Saram, MacColl and Steadman met at the age of 15, they were all student at University College School and they formed the group in 2005. Bombay Bicycle Club (which is inspired by a chain of Indian restaurants in Britain) was initially named “Canals”.
The band embarked on their worldwide tour, playing in Europe, Australia, North America and the Far East. David Gilmour (Pink Floyd) played with the band on their song “Rinse Me Down”. Bombay Bicycle Club’s fourth album ‘So Long, See You Tomorrow’ became their first Official UK Albums Chart Number One on its release in February 2014.
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