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Editors’ Notes

The story of London’s Bombay Bicycle Club is one of constant evolution: since their 2009 debut, the band have woven together elements of everything from wistful indie folk to crystalline math rock. The outfit’s fourth album is a warm, rewarding coalition of these pursuits, offering emotional, synth-driven rock complemented by richly textured samples, big synths, and the dizzying melodies of frontman Jack Steadman. A sampled Bollywood loop introduces the opener, “Overdone,” while the sweeping, R&B-inspired groove of “Home by Now” is anchored by cello and splices of digitally manipulated piano. The hypnotic percussion and eight-bit groove of “Feel” result in the album’s finest track, while “Whenever, Wherever” opens as a pensive ballad before adopting a driving dance beat. A fuzzy kalimba sample and polyrhythmic drumbeat close So Long, See You Tomorrow, finishing an entrancing ride.

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So Long, See You Tomorrow Review

I got a chance to listen to this album off of a leak. I've been listening to the entire album for a few days, and I must say that this is their best album. 3 years of waiting was totally worth and I'm thankful for the existence of Jack Steadman. His soundcloud samples finally makes an appearance in one of the albums (especially "So Long, See You Tomorrow") and I couldn't be any happier. "Home By Now" is one of those songs that is just smooth and simple. Lucy Rose's voice in that song just fits and there's no other way to describe it. Rae Morris' vocals in "Luna" gives me so much chills, I love it. She hits those high notes perfectly and I'm happy they made room for her on the album. "Carry Me" and "Overdone"'s up-tempo beat gives you a sudden smile that you can't take off because the beat is just so unexpected and different. My favorite track is "Feel" because the beginning sounds like a nice Irish up-beat song and you can't help but dance to it. Lyrically, they did a nice job. I read somewhere that this was an area that they wanted to improve on and they successfully did so. There are some aspects on some of the songs that I wish were a little bit different but they're not needed. I made a comparison earlier that how this album is the result if Ra Ra Riot's "Beta Love" and Foals' "Holy Fire" had a baby, and a lot of my friends strongly agreed. Overall, this album is definitely going to be headlining this year and cannot wait to see them play these songs live.

If you love goodness then you will love this- scientifically proven.

yep, what my title says.

They never disappoint!

They have a smooth sound that even with their mellow tunes makes you want to get up and dance. Can't wait to see them at the Fillmore in San Francisco!

Biography

Formed: 2005 in London, England

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

A melodic, guitar-driven indie rock outfit from North London, Bombay Bicycle Club comprise frontman Jack Steadman, guitarist Jamie MacColl, drummer Suren de Saram, and bassist Ed Nash. Steadman, MacColl, and Saram — who at the time were all students at University College School (attending at the same time as members of Cajun Dance Party), and not one of them over the age of 15 — formed the group in Crouch End in 2005, initially calling themselves the Canals. They adopted different names...
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