Bombay Bicycle Club frontman Jack Steadman on his love for Bollywood Songs and Bombay

A short chat with Bombay Bicycle Club frontman Jack Steadman when he was in Mumbai, India.

The Quiet Kook

bbc_mattias_pettersson_rockfoto_140212_656-large “I find the city (Bombay) very energetic. It makes me want to get up and do stuff. I just can’t sit around here. ” says Jack Steadman, frontman of indie-rock band Bombay Bicycle Club

English indie-rockers Bombay Bicycle Club have come a long way over the past decade. Their constant curiosity to experiment with their sound saw them releasing four albums in five years which got them from being a fully guitar-oriented indie-rock outfit (I Had the Blues But I Shook them Loose) to a band happily trying out new genres like folk (Flaws) and electronic (A Different Kind of Fix, So Long, See You Tomorrow). Not only have they defined their own sound with this constant experimentation, their tour kept them busy all the way. So, it’s not a surprise to see the band taking a little break to catch their breath following their 2014…

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