Bombay Bicycle Club: So Long, See You Tomorrow

Since their debut album “I Had The Blues But Shook Them Loose” was released in 2009, there’s been a sense of experimentation with Bombay Bicycle Clubs music, whether it be the acoustic album “Flaws” or the more synth based “A Different Kind of fix”.

However, with latest album “So Long, See You Tomorrow” Bombay Bicycle Club successfully bring elements from each previous album and blend them together perfectly making for a bold and confident album.

It’s an album which is destined to be a summer staple this year and already has me craving those long warm days spent in the back garden listening to music. It’s all together upbeat, joyful and chilled out with some truly fantastic piano based melodies throughout.

Not only is it Bombay Bicycle Club’s best album to date it’s one of the best albums I have heard in a long time in that it kept my interest from beginning to end. Lead singles “Carry Me”, “It’s Alright Now” and particularly “Luna” are stand out tracks but I honestly wouldn’t say there’s a dud track on the album. Other highlights include opening track “Overdone” and the completely beautiful “Eyes off you” 

With masterful tracks from beginning to end, great production and excellent vocals from the distinctive Jack Steadman, “So Long, See You Tomorrow” is a must listen which should help you get through the next cold few months and provide your summer soundtrack this year.

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