GIG REVIEW: Bombay Bicycle Club with support from Peace @ Earls Court on 13 Dec. 2014

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I was looking forward to seeing Peace just as much as I was looking forward to seeing Bombay Bicycle Club and they didn’t disappoint. Tonight was my first time seeing both bands and they were both brilliant.

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Firstly, Peace.

Unfortunately I missed the first two songs on their set, therefore the first song I saw was // Money which was a thoroughly enjoyable performance. Smooth and quiet sensual.

My favourite performance of theirs was their cover of Led Zepplin // Since I’ve Been Loving You. This performance was very instrumental which made it very pleasing to watch and hear. They definitely did the cover justice.

Bombay Bicycle Club.
Three word review: Unique, Fun, Crowd Engaging

Bombay Bicycle Club were a lot of fun. Very instrumental and quirky; very talented musicians. Vocally flawless- voices both very delicate but very powerful.

My favourite performance: Feel. A thoroughly enjoyable performance, a lot of fun and energy. Probably my favourite song of their most recent album // So Long, See You Tomorrow.

Highlights: They had 3 special guests who performed alongside them. These were: Pink Floyd’s David Gilmore; Ray Morris & Lucy Rose. The collaborations were incredible. Their ability to sing in harmony with a range of different vocalists was spot on, superb.

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