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Bombay Bicycle Club Announce New “Two Lives” EP

By: Staff – Bombay Bicycle Club have unveiled details of their brand new EP, Two Lives. The four track EP is out July 24 via Arts & Crafts, and features three acoustic reworkings of songs from the band’s recently acclaimed Everything Else Has Gone Wrong LP, released in January, and a cover of Bonnie Raitt’s … Continue reading

Interview: Bombay Bicycle Club’s Ed Nash Talks Toothless, Getting Older, and Collaborations

By: Curtis Sindrey – Toothless is the new project from Ed Nash, bassist for Bombay Bicycle Club, who released his debut album, The Pace of the Passing, on January 27th via Rostrum Records. To all intents and purposes, Toothless and his debut record have been carefully conceived by Nash. Everything up to and including the album’s artwork ties into the central themes that run … Continue reading

Photos: Bombay Bicycle Club @ The Opera House

Photos by: Amy Ray – English indie quartet Bombay Bicycle Club, who released their fourth album, So Long, See You Tomorrow, on February 3rd, 2014 via Island Records, which was named after the 1979 novel of the same name by William Maxwell, performed at The Opera House in Toronto last night.

Contest: Win 2 Tickets to Bombay Bicycle Club in Toronto!

  Date: October 16 Venue: The Opera House Time: Doors at 7pm | Show at 8pm Opener: Milo Greene You can enter only once via one of the following entry methods: Follow Aesthetic Magazine on Twitter and RT the following message: Contest: Win 2 Tickets to @BombayBicycle w/ @MiloGreene in #Toronto! | Follow @Aesthetic_Mag + RT | http://t.co/mQHxhmQ0PD — Aesthetic … Continue reading

Photos: Bombay Bicycle Club, Royal Canoe @ The Danforth Music Hall

Photos by: Dianna Lee – English indie quartet Bombay Bicycle Club, who released their fourth album, So Long, See You Tomorrow, on February 3rd, 2014 via Island Records, which was named after the 1979 novel of the same name by William Maxwell, performed at The Danforth Music Hall in Toronto last night with Winnipeg-based indie pop sextet Royal Canoe, who released … Continue reading