BOMBAY BICYCLE CLUB host the big Saturday night party. Tickets http://www.ticketweb.co.uk/event/142703
7pm to 3am. 18+ event. £10.00 advance ticket (+ booking fee)
Indie chart toppers, Bombay Bicycle Club join us behind the decks at Goldsmiths Uni’s favourite, the Amersham Arms.
Having recently been nominated for this year’s Mercury Music Prize the Bombay Boys are in the mood for a party, and who would blame them after the year they’ve had?
Having had their first number one album with ‘So Long, See You Tomorrow’, a ridiculous number of festival appearances over the summer and with probably their biggest gig ever lined up at Earl’s Court just before Christmas, these guys have a lot to celebrate.
They are off on a European tour just after this show, with this being your last chance to see them in London until they return from the continent, so let’s send them off in style, with this different kind of fix. (Get it?)
Full Line Up:
The Arrivals are a Pompey quartet who dub themselves as Psychedelic Indie House. They are in the midst of conquering the south coast and are now coming after the London scene as well.
The Fifty-Four Plates, a quintet from Essex, are providing the grit for the evening, with their brand of grungy, folk twinged indie/rock.
Halfpenny Pass are one of a local bands, hailing from North London. This Trip Hop collective are already making a name for themselves after only forming this summer.
Y Key Operators are an Indie dance band hailing from Manchester. They’ve played a ton of festivals up north this summer as well as the Legendary Manchester venue, The Deaf Institute.
Hester are a chilled out Indie band with evidence of some influences from world music. They’ve recently been busy gigging around the capital and enjoying some airplay of local radio.
Off Colour join us from Milton Keynes. This duo specialise in soulful indie and, after releasing their first single recently, they’re now ready to take on the capital.
Solomon Dent is a London acoustic singer/songwriter with a unique voice who has recently enjoyed sharing stages alongside big names including Finley Quaye and The Specials’ Neville Staple