Summery video swag from Bombay Bicycle Club, with a video to their most recent single “Shuffle”. There’s not actually that much swag I’m afraid (ASAP Rocky took it all), since Bombay Bicycle Club are a band of fairly geeky looking British indie-rockers named after a London chain of Indian Takeaways, who seem to enjoying joking around with each other making human bicycles and dancing like fools. This is however, a catchy summery song that is helping me ignore the grey clouds outside and pretend I’m in a park drinking with some non-imaginary friends.

I checked back and these guys haven’t been featured on P&P before, so if you’re unfamiliar, they make indie-rock which you could compare to Two Door Cinema Club, except BBC are 2 great EP’s and 2 dope LP’s deep, and not overhyped hipsters. Don’t get me wrong, I quite enjoy listening to Two Door (in the background), but  in my humble opinion Bombay Bicycle Club have a lot more depth, variety and passion to their sound, and should be even bigger than they are.

New album A Different Kind Of Fix is out August 29th and if you enjoy “Shuffle” grab it on ITunes or head to the Soundcloud page to listen to some remixes. Hit that “Read More” for the visuals which feature the band on tour with folk songstress Lucy Rose who we featured earlier this month.

(NME)