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On song . . . Bombay Bicycle Club

So Long, See You Tomorrow has more of a groove than any of your previous releases . . .

16th February, 2014
Bombay Bicycle Club

So Long, See You Tomorrow has more of a groove than any of your previous releases . . .

**Ed Nash (bass):** ''Very much so. I consider it first and foremost a dance record, as opposed to a guitar record or an indie record. The guitars on the record are there backing up and adding to the overall texture.

**Suren de Saram (drums):** ''We started off as a guitar-driven, indie band. But guitars are now just one of...

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