Camden Crawl 2009 Review: Bombay Bicycle Club @ The Constitution.

What? Bombay Bicycle Club

This was an acoustic set from the London four-piece (today 3) so an odd live introduction compared to their usual indie pop stompers. But a very rewarding one nonetheless. Ever grinning front man Jack Steadman is an accomplished finger picker and although his quiet vibrato voice is a little timid without its microphone, there’s real beauty in its delicacy. Frankmusik’s pounding disco beats upstairs force the band outside to perform an unplugged acoustic set down by the canal where they have a better chance of being heard. It’s a beautiful sun drenched day so the move is welcomed by all. We’re treated to a run through of some B.B.C. favourites and some old time folky covers including tracks by Neil Young and Bert Jansch. These youngsters have serious talent!

For Fans Of: Hot Hot Heat, Bright Eyes, Cajun Dance Party.

mp3: Bombay Bicycle Club – Evening Morning

Bombay Bicycle Club @ Camden Crawl 2009 by musicmule.co.uk

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One Response to “Camden Crawl 2009 Review: Bombay Bicycle Club @ The Constitution.”

  1. cool song, great music

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