Bombay Bicycle Club have topped the UK album charts with their fourth album, So Long, See You Tomorrow.
These North Londoners, who formed at the age of 15 in Crouch End in 2005, have finally made it to the top, outselling Avicii’s True by 6000 copies!
The band quickly turned to their social media and posted ‘We’re all feeling very privileged to be able to tell you that the album has gone to number one in the UK’ also stating that this is not why they started making music.
Luna is definitely one of the best tracks on the album (it’s also one of the record’s first releases) and the whole album definitely lives up to it’s name.
If you fancy having a dance to Bombay Bicycle Club this year they have been confirmed at Latitude Festival which takes place between the 17th and 20th of July along with Tame Impala. Sounds like one hell of a line-up.