Bombay Bicycle Club add Lost Village 2021 to festival appearances

Bombay Bicycle Club by Josh Shinner

Bombay Bicycle Club by Josh Shinner

Bombay Bicycle Club will be at the Lincolnshire event when it’s held between August 26th-29th.

Lost Village has become the latest festival to book Bombay Bicycle Club for its 2021 comeback.

Caribou, Four Tet, Arlo Parks, Greentea Peng, Honey Dijon and Billy Nomates are some more artists confirmed, and organisers have promised ‘the most surreal, bizarre and elaborate Lost Village adventure ever’ on social media.

Despite a three-year hiatus, Bombay Bicycle Club were able to squeeze in a fair amount of gigs before live music shutdown at the start of 2020, these including anniversary ones for their debut album I Had The Blues, But I Shook Them Loose – one of which was released as a live album.

“Performing at a sold out Brixton Academy, the show also resurrects a bond which had been on slow flicker, and although it’s a stretch to talk about magnetism – between tunes patter is limited to expressing gratitude and reminding us the material was written whilst the quartet were still doing their GCSEs – wallflowers the crowd are not,” our review reads.

“The band are sincere enough to show this reciprocity means something: the collective hollers which greet the riffing chop of Cancel On Me frame it powerfully, while the ebb of Ghost is equally worn on the shoulders of the recipients.”

“Also, to everyone’s credit is the no frills presentation – there are no drum solos or stories about degenerate roadies – with the likes of Magnet and an especially urgent take on What If reeled off effortlessly, pause only found on the still understated Autumn.”

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