ONE of Britain’s fastest rising bands makes its Blackpool debut later this year as part of its biggest UK headline tour to date and Duke’s Diary has a [air of tickets to be won for the show.
Bombay Bicycle Club will be at Blackpool Empress Ballroom on Friday, April 27 – the penultimate show of an 11 date nationwide tour.
Capturing the sound of a band effortlessly progressing and innovating at a startling rate, Bombay Bicycle Club’s critically acclaimed third album, A Different Kind of Fix, crashed into the top 10 at number six.
Described as “the thinking fan’s indie band” the band’s line-up is Jack Steadman (vocals/guitars), Jamie MacColl (guitars), Suren De Saram (drums) and Ed Nash (bass).
To be in with a chance of winning our free tickets all you have to is correctly answer the following question.
What was the title of Bombay Social Club’s first album?
(a) I Had The Blues But I’m Better Now
(b) I Had The Blues But I Shook Them Loose
(c) I Had The Blues But I Soon Cheered Up
E-mail your answers to email@example.com to arrive by noon on Thursday, February 3. The winner will be notified by e-mail
Tickets for Bombay Bicycle Club at the Empress Ballroom on Friday, April 27, are available from the Winter Gardens Box Office or at www.blackpoollive.com priced £17.50 each.