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Ugh, so good.
The English indie rock band, Bombay Bicycle Club return after a three year hiatus and give us their highly anticipated fourth record, ‘So Long, See You Tomorrow… 674 more words
I really hope no one judges me. Or do. It’s fun to be judged because then I can act cool like Julia Louis-Dreyfus at the Golden Globes (jokingly) rejecting a selfie from Reese Witherspoon (I really hope everyone understands that reference, if not google it, bing it, whatever). 147 more words
Luke John Smith tells us that, while the album flourishes in terms of production and reflects band’s unique character, it doesn’t live up to previous albums.
Absolutely amazingly incredible.
So Long, See You Tomorrow is the new album by UK indie/electronic rock group Bombay Bicycle Club. Lead by principal songwriter and frontman Jack Steadman, these guys have spent much of their last three albums shifting gears seemingly at random. 729 more words