(P) 2011 Universal Island Records, a division of Universal Music Operations Limited
7digital What we said: This time 12 months ago, the precocious and prolific Bombay Bicycle Club were promoting Flaws, a second long-player that saw them ditch the indie-rock of their debut for an acoustic, and suspiciously folk-filled, new direction. For those of you who assumed that Crouch End’s finest had defected to the beard-squad for good, we can now allay your fears. As the delicious bounce of lead single ‘Shuffle’ suggested, A Different Kind of Fix sees them plug-in again to deliver a frighteningly accomplished and highly infectious master class in joyously youthful guitar-pop. In fact, it’s a serious contender for our ‘Album of 2011’ title.
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How Can You Swallow So Much Sleep
Lights Out, Words Gone
Take The Right One
What You Want