Bombay Bicycle Club will be performing a live acoustic set in-store, before meeting fans and signing copies of their latest album Everything Else Has Gone Wrong at Fopp Cambridge.
The event will take place on: Monday 20th January – 5:30pm – Fopp Cambridge
Access to this event is limited to wristband holders only, pre-order in-store or via the links below to secure your place. Subject to availability, while stocks last.
Albums and wristbands can be collected from fopp Cambridge on Friday 17th January.
Please note that photography restrictions may apply and that all events are subject to change or cancellation at short notice. Any changes will be notified by social media.
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Everything Else Has Gone Wrong was the last song to be written for Bombay Bicycle Club’s fifth album, and it makes perfect sense that it gives the record its name. “It seemed to encapsulate everything the album is about,” says singer/guitarist Jack Steadman. Like the album, the song is about hope and renewal, about finding safety in what brings you comfort, in what you love the most, while all around is crumbling. “Keep the stereo on, everything else has gone wrong,” the chorus declares. “For my whole life,I haven’t been very good at expressing myself with words,” Steadman says. “The irony is that the song is about not wanting to write lyrics, but it has lyrics I’m really proud of. And after that, we realised a lot of the other songs had that theme, of music as a cathartic refuge.” The driving, insistent beat builds to a middle eight that could sum up the story of the band’s last five years: “I guess I’ve found my peace again, and yes, I’ve found my second wind…”