Barely teenagers when they formed seven years back in North London, Bombay Bicycle Club have been described as a young band in a hurry, releasing an album a year since they 2009 debut.

In the three years since their first release, Bombay Bicycle Club have built a fiercely loyal, tattooing-lyrics-on-their-arm kind of fan base, that continues to grow by the day.

Just one year after forming the band famously won a competition that catapulted them onto the stage at the UK¡¯s V Festival in 2006, and in turn onto the world stage.

Despite tempting offers from several labels,the band decided to release their 2009 debut album, I Had the Blues But I Shook Them Loose, on their homegrown label, Mmm¡­. The following year Bombay Bicycle Club won the Best New Band award at the NME Awards.

Bombay Bicycle Club released their sophomore album, Flaws in 2010. The stripped back, folk-influenced release grazed the UK Top 10 and was nominated for an esteemed Ivor Novello Award.

Seemingly determined to never make the same album twice, their latest offering A Different Kind Of Fix, reveals another change in direction, challenging any preconceptions of the band¡¯s sound and confirming their vitality, creativity and ear for a damn fine tune.

Don¡¯t miss Bombay Bicycle Club in their first Australian headline shows!